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An important emerging area of international co-operation in the Horn of Africa was discussed on Thursday, as British Ambassador to Ethiopia Susanna Moorehead convened a roundtable of policymakers and experts to discuss how we can work together in responding to the tragedy of modern day slavery.
The event follows on from an event held at the United Nations General Assembly in September, when British Prime Minister Theresa May and Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn were among dozens of world leaders to attend an event that agreed a new “Call to Action” to eradicate forced labour, human trafficking and modern slavery by 2030.
This week’s roundtable discussed how countries can work together to make this powerful aim a reality, including through sharing of best practice between countries and joint collaboration to tackle the international human trafficking industry.
Chief Constable Ian Hopkins, the Head of the UK’s Greater Manchester Police Force, shared his experiences from more than two decades on the front line, and a range of government departments, charities and international agencies highlighted what more can be done to help support victims and to protect vulnerable individuals and communities from falling in to the hands of trafficking groups.