With almost forty five million people across the world classed as modern slaves, why is this horrific reality seemingly on the rise? Which groups of people are most vulnerable to it? In which sectors is it most common? In which countries do we find the highest levels? This session will answer these questions through a focus on Nick’s research in Argentina and the UK, and show how geography is at the forefront of the fight against modern slavery.
A public lecture with Martin Wolf, Associate Editor and Chief Economics Commentator from The Financial Times.
A public lecture with Julia Cagé, Assistant Professor of Economics at Sciences Po Paris