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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Ligia Kiss

Associate Professor at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

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Anne-Marie Barry

Research Associate, the Centre for the Study of Modern Slavery at St Mary’s University

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Claire Healy

Research Officer, International Centre for Migration Policy Development

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Ellie Gore

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Sheffield

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Genevieve LeBaron

Professor of Politics at the University of Sheffield

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United Nations University Centre for Policy Research

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Cathy Zimmerman

Professor at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

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Michaëlle de Cock

Senior Statistician, ILO Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work Branch

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Sasha Jesperson

Co-founder and Director, ITERU

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Conflict and Humanitarian Settings

The Impact of COVID-19 on Modern Slavery

Angharad Smith, James Cockayne
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Measurement and Statistical Methods

Symposium: Effective Measurements for Change

Alice Eckstein
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Economics, Business Regulation and Supply Chains

Strengthening Evidence to Tackle Labour Exploitation and Human Trafficking

Francisca Sassetti, Hannah Thinyane
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Conflict and Humanitarian Settings

The Impact of COVID-19 on Modern Slavery

Angharad Smith, James Cockayne
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Measurement and Statistical Methods

Can Anti-Slavery Tools Assist Environmental Conservation Efforts?

Nesrien Hamid
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Survivor and Victim Support

The Trafficking of Girls and Young Women: Identifying Gender-specific Vulnerabilities in Nepal, Nigeria and Uganda

Anthony Davis
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