Caroline Adhiambo

Survivor Leader and Researcher

Caroline Adhiambo hails from the Green city of the sun popularly known as Nairobi. She is a proud mother to four extraordinary kids ,has a great sense of humor and is passionate about music and reading memoirs and  poetry .Her drive stems from  her belief that a little more sincerity and humanity can change the world and she uses writing to inspire change and empower the community with knowledge on social injustices She’s also a Researcher who has worked with victims of modern day Trafficking and slavery and aims to find solutions that work and are driven towards protection victims and giving them a voice.

Recent Articles by this Author

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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The Importance of Collaborative Action to Address the Modern Slavery-Environmental Degradation-Climate Change Nexus

Bethany Jackson
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Assessing the Interconnections and Gaps between SDG 8.7 and the Environmental SDGs

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

Doreen Boyd
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Breaking the Vicious Circle: Climate Change, Environmental Destruction and Contemporary Slavery

Dr Chris O’Connell
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AI for Good: Using AI to Prevent Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking and Forced and Child Labour

Nesrien Hamid, Alice Eckstein, Anjali Mazumder, James Goulding, Doreen Boyd , Nadya Bliss, Ben Harris
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