This first episode is recorded live inside the Senior Common Room at St Mary’s University in Twickenham where Juliet Spare is studying a Masters in Human Trafficking, Migration and Organised Crime.
'For many survivors, having a job is a key aspect of recovery, providing a sense of dignity and belonging' (Murphy, 2018).
Podcast guests sharing their expertise include: Dr. Carole Murphy, Deputy Director of the Centre for the Study of Modern Slavery, who discusses the results and testimonies from her report 'A Game Of Chance: Long Term Support for Survivors of Modern Slavery' and reveals the creation of a new summer school at St. Mary's University for survivors.
Alison Scowen, Senior Campaigns and Public Affairs Manager for the Co-op discusses the implementation of the company's Bright Future Programme offering employment to survivors of modern slavery. And Colleen Theron, CEO Ardea International a sustainability, business and human rights consultancy firm with expertise in modern slavery, shares her passion for change and the importance for robust legislation.
Presenter: Juliet Spare
Producer: Fallon Parker
Music © Tim Stacy