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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.
We are pleased to introduce the new Global Initiative Board, who were selected by the Global Initiative Network at the AGM in December 2016, and who will serve for the period 2017-2020. The Board plays a critical governance role in the organisation, overseeing the strategic and programmatic work of the organisation, guiding the Secretariat in identifying and mitigating organisational risks, and overseeing the organisation's financial and operational management.
Responsible and Ethical Private Sector Coalition against Trafficking’ Initiative Present in the framework of the Webinar Series THE PRIVATE SECTOR COUNTERING HUMAN TRAFFICKING: New technologies, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Tackling Human Trafficking The fifth webinar of the New technologies, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Tackling Human Trafficking webinar series will be held on Thursday, April 20 , 2017. […]
On April 5, the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime participated in the 8th installment of the 2016-2017 Homeland Security Symposium Series, hosted by the Center for Law & Human Behavior (CLHB) at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) under the direction of the Borders, Trade, and Immigration Institute (BTI). The symposium, titled […]
The evolving relationship between terrorism and crime poses significant challenges to the international community, and is contingent on definitions of terrorism, petty crime and organised crime, which are often contested. In Europe there is evidence that there is a link between petty crime and terrorism, where individuals on the margins of society and the formal […]