Global Fund to End Modern Slavery

The Global Fund to End Modern Slavery is a public-private partnership that seeks to catalyse and coordinate a coherent global strategy to end modern slavery by making it economically unprofitable. GFEMS’ strategy includes increasing resources, engaging government and the private sector, funding transformative programs and technologies, and ensuring robust assessment of impact across all partners and programs.

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Cathy Zimmerman

Professor at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

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Ellie Gore

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Sheffield

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Scott Lyon

Policy Research Officer, ILO Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Branch

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Michaëlle de Cock

Senior Statistician, ILO Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Branch

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Fiona David

Executive Director of Global Research, Walk Free Foundation

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Christopher Zoia

Communications Manager, Freedom Fund

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Federico Blanco Allais

Senior Statistician, ILO Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Branch

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Genevieve LeBaron

Professor of Politics at the University of Sheffield

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The Technical Secretariat of the Regional Initiative Latin America and the Caribbean Free of Child Labour

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Angie Henderson, Megan Lundstrom, Lara Powers, Holly Burkhalter
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James Cockayne
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