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Modern Slavery: Leadership and Accountability for Social Change

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Please join us for “Modern Slavery: Leadership and Accountability for Social Change” hosted by the University of Notre Dame Australia (UNDA).

The event will feature a panel of distinguished speakers who will share their insights and expertise on the impact and future direction of the Modern Slavery Act, the Australian Catholic Anti-slavery Network (ACAN) Program, Catholic leadership and partnerships that can make a difference to people impacted by modern slavery.

The panel will be facilitated by Dallas McInerney, CEO of Catholic Schools NSW.

Speakers include:

Dr Martijn Boersma, Associate Professor of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
University of Notre Dame Australia

Alison Rahill, Program Manager
Australian Catholic Anti-slavery Network

Claudia Cummins, Modern Slavery Specialist
The Salvation Army Australia

Paul McClintock AO, Board Chair
St Vincent’s Health Australia

This is a unique opportunity to learn from and network with industry leaders, modern slavery practitioners, academics and UNDA alumni who are passionate about creating social change and taking action to end modern slavery in Australia and beyond.

Spaces are limited so don’t miss this chance to join us for this important conversation.

Drinks and canapes to follow the program.

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