Sindhu Sagar

Senior Evidence and Learning Associate, the Global Fund to End Modern Slavery

Sindhu Sagar is a Senior Evidence and Learning Associate at the Global Fund to End Modern Slavery, where she supports the research and learning activities of the program. Before joining the Fund, Sindhu consulted for the ICRC’s New Delhi Regional Delegation, developing its multilateral affairs strategy and carrying out policy analysis. Prior to that she worked in various capacities for World Vision’s Myanmar, UK and Asia Pacific Regional offices. At World Vision, Sindhu managed/supported child protection, accountability to communities and humanitarian emergency affairs projects. Sindhu holds a Masters in International Relations, with a focus on International Law, from Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and a Bachelors in Economics from Messiah College.

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Gendered Understandings of Forced Sexual Exploitation

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

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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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