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Modern Slavery in Construction

Event organised by ICE

Date
07 July 2022
Time
18:00 - 19:30 BST (GMT+1)
Location
Online
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Overview

South Branch has teamed up with Illustro Consultancy to give members an opportunity to learn about Modern Slavery within the construction industry.

Once an officially approved practice based on legal title and ethnic distinction, slavery in its contemporary forms has moved into the informal economy, based on both poverty and economic disempowerment.

With the cost of slaves at a historical low, revenues in human exploitation are at an all-time high! Despite substantial progress in many aspects of human development over the past 40 years, income distribution has become progressively worse, driving migration trends and increasing vulnerability to the enslavement process. Corruption, conflict and social unrest have also become significant predictors for the presence of slavery-type practices, coupled with migration, globalisation, urbanisation and political change.

Speaker

Tony Dunkerley MSc

Tony Dunkerley MSc

Illustro Consultancy Ltd

founder and director

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Tony Dunkerley MSc

Tony is an international law enforcement advisor and private industry trainer on modern slavery.

Over his time as a UK Police Detective and Covert Intelligence Officer, Tony gained extensive experience in managing serious and organized crime investigations at national and international level.

On Leaving the Police, Tony lectured in criminal justice systems, contemporary terrorism and research methodologies. In 2017 Tony went on to establish Illustro Consultancy Ltd, an international training, research support and educational service to prevent, identify and deal with modern slavery and human trafficking.

For more information please contact:

Emily Jalloh