Past IHR Events
- Debating Social Rights
- Workshop on the Right to Work
- The Ethics of Human Rights Philanthropy
- Lunch Hour Lecture: What is modern slavery?
- From Theory to Practice: Religion and Discrimination in a Changing World
- Globalisation and the Middle Class
- The Ascendancy of the Rule of Law in South African Adjudication
Lunch Hour Lecture: What is modern slavery?
Publication date: Aug 19, 2012 12:42 PM
Oct 30, 2012 01:15 PM
End: Oct 30, 2012 01:55 PM
Location: Darwin Lecture Theatre (access via Malet Place), Darwin Building, Gower St, London, WC1E 6BT
- Dr Virginia Mantouvalou (Co-Director of the UCL Institute for Human Rights)
About this Event:
Is slavery confined to the past? Sadly not. Instances of grave labour exploitation exist in present-day Europe and elsewhere. This lecture discussed abuses of labour conditions suffered by domestic workers, victims of trafficking and others. It explained why their situation is akin to slavery, and set out the steps that have been taken in law to protect the human rights of these workers.
Listen to this Lecture in full at our Listen/Watch Again section
Sebastiao Salgado/An Archaeology of the Workers Industrial Age
Available on Flickr
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