Welcome to the Anti-Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Learning Hub
The intention of this Hub is to be a horizontal learning community that links academics, policy makers and practitioners working on issues of faith, faith leaders and religious actors contribution to ending trafficking and modern slavery.
As a member of this hub, you can connect with colleagues around the world to leverage joint expertise and build collaborations that seek to increase the understanding of better practices for faith engagement in ending trafficking and modern slavery. We welcome you to share resources and other learnings with peers.
We hope that members will be seekers and gatherers of knowledge to spur each other on towards informing and improving policy and practice between faith groups, humanitarian, and development communities.
The co-chairs of the JLI Learning Hub Anti-Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery are:
Programme Advisor for AHT & GBV, International Projects and Programs, The Salvation Army
Professor of Religion and Public Life, University of Leeds
Founder and Principal Consultant, Freedom Resource International and Associate Director, Human Rights Law Center, Payap University Faculty of Law
- JLI Anti-Trafficking Hub and Modern Slavery convened in October 2017 see full Terms of Reference
- Hub Scoping Study published Oct 2019: Faith and Freedom: role of local faith actors in anti-modern slavery and human trafficking
- The AHT-MS Hub will start a study in 2020 focused on the global north
- We invite you to join the hub below and continue following the hub’s work