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Monday, 24 October 2011, 6:00PM
Barnard's Inn Hall

Modern Day Slavery

Nancy Kelley

Thousands of people are estimated to be working as slaves within the UK, in highly exploitative conditions, with no rights, and under threat of violence.  This lecture will discuss some of the issues.

This lecture was sponsored by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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Deputy Director, Policy and Research at the Rowntree Foundation.  Nancy was previously at the British Refugee Council as Head of UK and International Policy, responsible for the Council's policy and research teams as well as projects supporting refugees to re-qualify an teach in the UK, offering independent advice on voluntary return and bringing together international NGOs working in Afghanistan.   Prior to this she was a Principal Policy Officer for Barnardos and Chair of the Refugee Children's Consortium.  She was previously a Programme Director at the Children's Rights Commissioner for London.  Her career started as a mental health advice worker at Oxfordshire Mind, before moving to Mind nationally to work as their first Advocacy Legal Adviser.

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24 October 2011

Modern Day Slavery
Nancy Kelley

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