Modern Slavery – What’s the plan?

Following on the success of the recent webinar on modern slavery, the Office of the Vice President is delighted to again be partnering with the Archdiocese of Sydney to present a second online discussion on issues of modern slavery.

Titled 'Modern Slavery: What’s the plan?', this webinar will be facilitated by the Executive Manager of the Archdiocese of Sydney’s Anti-Slavery Taskforce, Jenny Stanger, and will feature Hayley Boxall from the Australian Institute of Criminology to discuss and answer questions about Australia’s National Action Plan (NAP) and the Australian Government’s roadmap for action and engagement with survivors, civil society and business.

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Modern Slavery: What’s the plan?

Date: Thursday 26 August

Time: 4pm–5pm

Registration: Register online – registration is essential


Hayley Boxall is the Manager for the Violence against Women and Children (VAW&C) Research Program at the Australian Institute of Criminology. Research undertaken as part of the VAW&C Research Program focuses on domestic and family and sexual violence, child sexual abuse, and human trafficking and modern slavery, and the intersections between these forms of violence. Since joining the Institute 10 years ago, she has published extensively on domestic and family violence (DFV). She has been responsible for the development of monitoring and evaluation frameworks and plans for a range of government programs and interventions. This includes a monitoring and evaluation framework for the Australian National Action Plan to Combat Modern Slavery. Hayley is also an experienced evaluator. She has been a primary investigator on a number of projects including the meta-evaluation of the Preventing Violence against Women and Children Program, the evaluation of the Adolescent Family Violence Program and the evaluation of the Youth Hope Program.

Jenny Stanger is Executive Manager at the Anti-slavery Taskforce, Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney and a co-coordinator of the Australian Catholic Anti-slavery Network (ACAN) and Domus 8.7. Jenny has worked as a case manager and advocate for survivors of human trafficking and slavery in the United States and Australia.

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For more information about the event, contact Robert Tonkli.

Access more information about ACU’s work to eradicate modern slavery and view the first webinar in the series.

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