While sex trafficking has garnered much of the public’s attention, labor trafficking is arguably increasing in both volume and scope, especially in the fishing and construction industries, as well as domestic services in Southeast Asia.
This interactive conference is a rare opportunity where a diverse array of both international and local academics, activists, practitioners and policymakers will come together to have a fruitful exchange of ideas and perspectives.
Please join in the discussion with our speakers, as they debunk commonly-held beliefs about labor trafficking in the various sectors, and challenge conventional wisdom and traditional policy responses in mitigating this growing problem.
Title: NUS Human Trafficking Conference
Date: Friday, 10 January 2014
Time: 9am – 5pm (morning panel; lunch; afternoon panel)
Venue: Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium, Level 2 Education Resource Centre, NUS UTown
EmancipAsia, a local NGO that is dedicated to addressing human trafficking issues in Singapore, has generously agreed to display a relevant photo exhibit titled, Bought and Sold, during the beginning of the semester at UTown.
The event is open to the public. *Admission is free.*
Due to limited capacity, your seat(s) will only be confirmed upon registration; hence, if possible, please kindly register by 8 January 2014, 5pm at: https://esurvey.nus.edu.sg/efm/se.ashx?s=1CC7023E224546B9