e-Handbook - Legislating against Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking & Forced Labour

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The e-Handbook, Legislating against Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking & Forced Labour, is a comprehensive guide for parliamentarians and parliamentary officials on legislating effectively against modern slavery-related crimes.

The e-Handbook covers topics such as gathering cross-party support; creating and reviewing legislation; engaging civil society; and the role of parliament at the implementation stage.

Over 50 experts have contributed to the resource, including parliamentarians; legislative drafters; clerks; and leading modern slavery lawyers representing the UK, Nigeria, Malawi, Pakistan, Australia and elsewhere.

Urmila Bhoola, UN Special Rapporteur: “The e-Handbook is the most comprehensive, insightful and practical guide that exists in its field.”

CURRENT CHAMPIONS

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Hon. Zeb Jaffar MNA (PAKISTAN)

Hon. Zeb Jaffar MNA (PAKISTAN)

Hon. Zeb Jaffar MNA was born at Hyderabad. She did her Senior Cambridge from Murree Convent Jesus & Mary and graduated in 2001 from Kinnaird College, Lahore. She obtained the degree of MA (International Re...

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Micheal Aniekan (NIGERIA)

Micheal Aniekan (NIGERIA)

Aniekan Micheal is an experienced Legislative Consultant, administrator, social worker, Biochemist and health manager, and a life coach with over 10 years post graduate experience in practice; he has worked at ...

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Legislative Drafting Seminar on Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking 2019
The Legislative Drafting Seminar is part of CPA UK’s Modern Slavery Project, supporting Commonwealth parliamentarians to tackle the crimes of modern slavery, human trafficking and forced labour.