Rome, 8th November, 19:00 hrs
The Link Campus University will host the globally broadcast event “Solutions to End Human Trafficking”, as part of the CNN Freedom Project,
The event is meant to stimulate an internationally relevant debate on modern forms of human exploitation in the context of the current migration crisis in Europe. The discussion will explore concrete ways to tackle the root causes of trafficking in human beings with a preventive approach.
High-level representatives from the European Union, the Italian government and NGOs will take part in the event. Migrants will also be present and give voice to their points of view.
19:00 Discussion, with Q&A
20:30 Wrap-up and conclusions
- Gervais Appave – Special Policy Adviser to the Director-General of the International Organization for Migration (IOM)
- Franco Frattini – Former Italian Foreign Minister
- Julie Okah – Director-General of NAPTIP, Nigeria’s Anti-Trafficking Agency
- Joanna Rubinstein – President and CEO of World Childhood Foundation
Kindly note that the event is open only to Those who have received an official invitation.
In the frame of the Freedom Project, CNN aims at amplifying the voices of the victims of modern-day slavery, highlight success stories and help unravel the tangle of criminal enterprises trading in human life.