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Coming soon: Trust Conference - America Forum

This newsletter keeps you up to date with the latest on the Thomson Reuters Foundation's upcoming Trust Conference - America Forum, a regional spin-off of its annual Trust Conference, the world's largest forum for fighting modern slavery and human trafficking.

Trust Conference - America Forum will be held at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. on April 25th, 2017.

Learn from Leaders in the Field

The conference will kick off with a discussion between Ken Roth, Human Rights Watch Executive Director, and  Cyrus R. Vance Jr, New York District Attorney, on security vs. privacy. We'll then be hearing stories of survival from remarkable individuals who know the reality of trafficking first hand, including Jennifer Kempton, Founder of Survivors Ink. We'll end the day with a panel discussion on the key issue of cleaning the supply chain from forced labour, featuring leading figures including Cindy McCain, who will set the scene.

Join the Movement

Trust Conference is the world's largest forum for taking concrete action to end modern slavery and trafficking. The 2016 annual event brought together 700 delegates from 60 countries and reached 65 million people worldwide through extensive media coverage and highly interactive social media engagement. Attendees at Trust Conference - America Forum will be joining a growing global movement of exceptional individuals dedicated to finding solutions to some of the biggest issues of our time. 

Secure Your Spot

We are offering complimentary tickets to the event on a first-come, first-served basis. Places at Georgetown University are limited, so if you'd like to join us for a day of eye-opening discussions and opportunities to network with some of the leading experts in the fight against slavery and trafficking, email monika.holc@thomsonreuters.com to register your interest. To learn more about Trust Conference, visit our website and watch our videos.

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