The Markets 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.





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


Email Angharad Smith directly at


The Markets Working Group is comprised of 25 members. Referenced in the image below from left to right, top to bottom, in alphabetical order, the members, their titles and organizations are as follows:

Working Group Chair

Anna Piennar, Global Vice President, Corporate and Government Affairs at International Justice Mission

Working Group Members

Aziz Ahammout, Operational Director, Human Resources Without Borders
Georgios Antonopoulos, Teesside University
Joha Braimah, West Africa, Regional Director, Free the Slaves
Paul Buckley, UN-ACT Regional Coordinator
Mina Chiang, Founder and CEO, Humanity Research Consultancy
Eveyln Contreras, Ministry of Labour, Government of Costa Rica
Elise Gordon, Senior Research Analyst, Minderoo Foundation’s Walk Free initiative
Samantha Floyd, MSSW; Co-Founder Justice Consulting
Matthew Friedman, CEO, The Mekong Club
Hayley Gauntlett, QBL Consulting Ltd
Eleanor Harry, Managing Director, HACE: Data Changing Child Labour
Renata Konrad, PhD, Associate Professor, Worcestor Polytechnic Institute
Kayse Lee Maass, PhD, Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering, Northeastern University
Kilugala Mponeja Malimi, Nottingham University Business School, University of Nottingham
Amy McGann, Program Director, Human Trafficking Search
Om Prakash Mishra, PhD, Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering, Northeastern University
Nicole Munns, Justice and Care
Valiant Richey, OCSE Special Representative and Coordinator for Combatting Trafficking in Human Beings
Esmirna Sánchez Vargas, Ministry of Labour, Government of Costa Rica
Bhanjua Sharan Lal, Executive Director of MSEMVS, Varanas
Karen Snyder, Anti-human trafficking evaluation expert
Annamaria Szakonyi, Saint Louis University
Hannah Thinyane, Principal Researcher, United Nations University
Alexander Trautrims, Associate Professor in Supply Chain and Operations Management, University of Nottingham Rights Lab