Alice Eckstein

Project Director - Delta 8.7

Alice Eckstein is Programme Manager for the Modern Slavery Programme at United Nations University Centre for Policy Research.

Previously, Alice was Executive Director at the NYU SPS Center for Global Affairs where she managed external relations, public events, and special programs to complement the Center’s graduate and noncredit education in global affairs. Before joining NYU SPS, she was the manager of regional alumnae programs for Barnard College. Prior to that, she held the position of coordinator for professional development programs for teachers at the Newberry Library in Chicago, Illinois.

Alice holds a Master’s degree in History from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Medieval Studies from Barnard College.

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Local Civil Society Organizations as Key Actors to Reduce Child Labour in Rural Colombia

Sara Arredondo, Laura Cortés Obregón, Felipe Chaparro, Camilo Andrés Velásquez
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Dignity Journal Special Issue: World’s First 10-year Longitudinal Study on Care for Survivors of Human Trafficking

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Towards Common Ground on “What Works” to End Modern Slavery

Bernadette Joudo
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Dignity Journal Special Issue: World’s First 10-year Longitudinal Study on Care for Survivors of Human Trafficking

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Towards Common Ground on “What Works” to End Modern Slavery

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Building an Anti-Trafficking Support System for Uganda’s Sustainability

Doreen Boyd
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