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The Global Initiative has partnered with Babson College’s Initiative on Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery and the International Organization for Migration to establish RESPECT: the Responsible and Ethical Private Sector Coalition against Trafficking.
This powerful initiative serves as a platform that brings together thought leaders, practitioners, and policy makers who have a clear understanding of what issues lie ahead to consider possible solutions to public and private sector challenges surrounding human trafficking.
RESPECT mobilises the business community as a strategic partner to put this illicit trade out of business, but also support the business community with training material; identify best practices and positive experiences; and carve out a set of challenges to pursue with various collaborators.
The goal of RESPECT is to:
We achieve these goals through a range of initiatives, including our popular online webinar series.
The Global Initiative was pleased to attend and present at the United Nations University Centre for Policy Research’s is invitation-only briefing on the results of a DFID funded project: “The Crime-Conflict Nexus: Assessing the Threat and Developing Solutions.” The event took place in London, England on Friday, 24 March 2017 at the Royal United Services […]
Global Initiative – Human Conveyor Belt, Human Smuggling in Libya – March 2017 The proliferation of human smuggling in Libya is both a criminal problem and a feature of Libya’s fracture into competing armed factions. Whilst most acutely perceived on Libya’s coast, it is in fact an illicit trade embedded across the country, encompassing and […]
Downstream Oil Theft: Global Modalities, Trends and Remedies. 24th of March 2017 Fuel is vital to human life, and everyone wants a discount. Across the globe, people are willing to break the law in order to pursue that discount. Off the coast of Malaysia, a smuggling vessel fitted to look like a fishing boat takes […]
From 1-3 March 2017, the Siracusa Institute held a high-level expert meeting to formally launch its research project on Illicit Trade and Related Crimes. This project was established to examine the complex, multifaceted phenomena of illicit trade, primarily from a criminal justice perspective. At its core, the project challenges some of the fundamental assumptions about […]