Modern Slavery: Film Screening and Panel Discussion with Director and Leading Scholar
It is the Foundation’s pleasure to announce that our friend, the Global Social Justice Network, is hosting an exciting film and panel event next week.
Trafficking, child labour, sex slavery, debt slavery and child soldiers are among the most usual forms of modern slavery. In the film Modern Slavery we meet slaves in Uganda, India, Moldova, Kambodia and France. The film again raises the questions: Why does slavery still exist and what will it take to get rid of it?
This is a great opportunity to meet and chat to the film’s director Tina Davis, and Jennifer Burn, a leading practitioner-scholar in the field.
- Tina Davis: Director and postgraduate student, University of Sydney.
- Jennifer Burn: Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), specialising in Administrative Law, citizenship, immigration and social justice issues. Jennifer is also Director of Anti-Slavery Australia
WHEN: 4.30-7pm Thursday 26th September
WHERE: H R Carne Lecture Theatre, R M C Gunn Building, Regimental Drive (next to No.2 Oval), University of Sydney