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2015 Invitation

Break the Chains
Together Let’s Stop Traffick 2015 Summit
Rooting out human trafficking in the corporate supply chain

When: November 9-11, 2015
Where: Sheraton Gateway Hotel, LAX Airport, Los Angeles, CA, USA
What: “Ensuring Supply Chain Integrity”. Internationally-respected speakers, practical hands-on seminars, unrivalled career networking, and face-to-face best practice sharing
Rooting out human trafficking in the corporate supply chain

We’d like to invite you to join us for the third international collaborative “Together Let’s Stop Traffick” Summit as we roll out the operational blueprint for the world’s first Global Research Centre to combat human trafficking. GREAT – the Global Resource Epi-center Against Human Trafficking - works in collaboration with its global network alliance, seeking to bring about a world free of human trafficking in all its forms.
“Ensuring Supply Chain Integrity” is this year’s theme. Respected leaders from international business, media, law enforcement and NGOs will share their practical experiences designing and implementing supply chain legislation in California; explore recent FBI investigations into human trafficking; highlight enforcement impacts on business, and showcase the true human cost and effects of human trafficking within the supply chain.  
Speakers include John Morrison Executive Director, the Institute for Human Rights and Business (UK); former California Special Deputy Attorney General Benjamin Greer; Lawyer and senior legal advisor to the Netherlands Department of Labour, Peter Vonk; FBI Special Agent Ryan Blay; UNODC Project Coordinator – South Asia, Dr. Geeta Sekhon, and Leif Coorlim, Executive Editor of CNN's Freedom Project.
New this year - a series of academic and practitioner papers, involving global universities, focusing on technological innovations, practical applications and thought-provoking initiatives. This working conference provides the ideal setting to network with like-minded professionals, committed advocates and supporters, and benefit from their combined knowledge and expertise.
We urge you to reach out to your network and forward an invitation to contacts you feel should attend – we’d love to have you join the team.

With very best wishes,  

Kim Derry

“Together Let’s Stop Traffick” is a collaborative anti-human trafficking initiative led by The IPTI (International Police Training Institute) and supported by the FBINAA (FBI National Academy Associates).