This second Regional Workshop looking at the specific role of parliamentary committees in combatting human trafficking and forced labour brought together representatives from across Asia-Pacific as part of the CPA UK Modern Slavery Project. The first workshop on this theme for the Africa Region took place in Ghana in June 2019.
The workshop, organised in partnership with the Parliament of Western Australia, was an opportunity for lawmakers to exchange ideas around their role in gathering evidence and research; scrutinising anti-trafficking policy and legislation; and oversight of the implementation of anti-trafficking laws. Read more here.
If you have any questions regarding the workshop get in touch with the Modern Slavery Project team at firstname.lastname@example.org.