Public-Private Partnerships in the Philippines: Testing New Models

GFEMS article published in Delta 8.7: “Modern slavery is a crime of economic opportunity that is present in every country, driven in part by a supply of vulnerable populations and a demand for cheap goods and services. With more than 25 million people enslaved globally (according to the Global Estimates, 40.3 million people are in slavery globally, of which 15.3 million are in forced marriage) modern slavery exists at the intersection of global trends such as migration, organized crime, illegal migration, national security and global business operations.

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Sara Beatty
GFEMS joins tourism sector in presenting united front at UN Forum to tackle human rights issues

GFEMS joined representatives from across the travel and tourism industry as they come together at the United Nations Forum on Business and Human Rights in Geneva to call for collaborative actions to end human trafficking, forced labour and the sexual exploitation of children and share their initiatives that tackle key challenges associated with human rights issues.

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Sara Beatty
Mobilizing the Financial Sector as Part of a Global Strategy to End Modern Slavery

GFEMS article published in Delta 8.7: “Modern slavery is a crime of economic opportunity that has a massive global footprint and generates over USD 150 billion in profits each year for traffickers. As the Global Fund to End Modern Slavery builds a coherent strategy to make modern slavery economically unprofitable with government, business and civil society partners, it is important to engage a group with the ability to take the fight straight to the traffickers: the financial sector.”

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Sara Beatty
GFEMS Marks EU Anti-Trafficking Day

GFEMS engages partners in Europe on EU Anti-Trafficking Day, held annually on October 18 to raise awareness of human trafficking.

GFEMS met with members of Germany’s Parliament in Berlin to discuss the role of public-private partnership to end human trafficking and forced labor.

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