Crisis

The Crisis Policy Guide seeks to identify the mix of multilateral and national policies needed to accelerate progress towards SDG Target 8.7, including criminal and civil justice, survivor engagement and support, and the role of the health sector.

From now until 15 February 2021, to ensure that the process for the creation of this Guide is rigorous, transparent and collaborative, the draft will undergo a period of public consultation conducted by Delta 8.7 to permit critique and comment. At the final working group meeting in February, the Working Group members will collectively decide how and what feedback will be incorporated into the final draft of the Policy Guide. Please note feedback may not be incorporated for this draft, but it may help inform future work on policy guides.

THE RIGHTS LAB EVIDENCE REVIEW

PUBLIC DATABASE OF EVIDENCE

CRISIS POLICY GUIDE DRAFT FOR REVIEW

 

There are two ways in which an individual or organization can provide feedback on the guide:

 

 

OR

Email Angharad Smith directly at angharad.smith@unu.edu

 


The Crisis Working Group is comprised of 25 members. Pulling from the image below from left to right, top to bottom, the members, their titles and organizations are as follows:


Working Group Chair

Katharine Bryant, Lead of European Engagement, Minderoo Foundation’s Walk Free Initiative

Working Group Members

Luigi Achilli, European University Institute
Blaise Sonia Adu-Gyamfi, Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation Officer, for Free the Slaves
Ghida Anani, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Public Health, Lebanese University
Jeevan Baniya, Assistant Director, Social Science Baha
Jessie Brunner, Director of Human Trafficking Research, Center for Human Rights and International Justice, Stanford University
Ronald Chambers, Mercy/Methodist Family Medicine Residency
Monti Datta, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Richmond
Tina Davis, Coretta and Martin Luther King Institute for Peace
Deanna Davy, Rights Lab Lead on slavery and migration, University of Nottingham
Adeline Dumoulin, Commonwealth Parliamentary Association UK
John Frame, Associate Professor, North Central University
Patricia Hynes, University of Bedfordshire
Bahija Jamal, Hassan II University
Andria Kenney, IOM, Counter Trafficking in Humanitarian Settings Specialist
Aman Kumar, Expert in Human Security, Human Trafficking, Modern Day Slavery, Migration, Peace and Conflict Freelance Researcher Centre for the Study of Nepal Faculty of Social Sciences Banaras Hindu University
Smith Maxime, Haiti Manager, Free the Slaves
Jackline Mwende, the Africa Regional consultant for Women Deliver, Physician Advisor, Human Trafficking Response Program, Dignity Health
Caleb Ng’ombo,
People Serving Girls At Risk
Sophie Otiende, HAART
Chiara Parolin, OSCE Election Observer
Bandana Pattanaik, International Coordinator, Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW)
Ushree Roy, Principal Investigator, Human Trafficking Data
Jess Sparks, Associate Director, Ecosystems and the Environment Programme, University of Nottingham Rights Lab
Silvia Maria Tabusca, International Consultant/ Trainer & Researcher on Human Security