Civil Society Endorses Principles for Advancing Target 8.7

7 December 2018
Research Innovation

The Freedom From Slavery Forum was held in Bangkok from 3-5 December. The event brought together anti-slavery leaders from around the world to discuss promising practices and develop a shared programme for action. Participants also endorsed the Civil Society Statement of Principles and Goals for Advancing SDG 8.7, which, among other points, highlights the need for evidence-informed interventions.

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