26 Feb

CIEH Modern Day Slavery Conference: Collaborating to Tackle Exploitation

Early bird - save £50 (ends 25 January)  

CIEH member: £140
Affiliate member: £240
Non-member: £240


Standard Rate

CIEH member: £195
Affiliate member: £295
Non-member: £295

15Hatfields, Chadwick Court, London, SE1 8DJ

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CIEH is proud to launch our Modern Day Slavery Conference, which will look at strategies to work collaboratively with multi-agencies in the prevention and management of modern day slavery. This topical conference will also discuss the key role local authorities play in tackling modern day slavery, and the actions environmental health practitioners should take after identifying potential victims of modern slavery during their routine inspections on food, residential and business premises.

You will hear from expert speakers who are leading the fight against modern day slavery by working with stakeholders to effectively identify, rescue, support, rehabilitate people affected and prosecute offenders.

Key topics include:

  • Lessons Learnt from Multi- Agency Rescue and Recovery Planning
  • Challenging Modern Slavery - Tackling Transparency in Supply Chains
  • Combatting Trafficking: Metropolitan Police’s Collaborative Approach

Programme

CPD: 5 Hours

photo of Stephen Chapman


Stephen Chapman is the Welsh Government’s Anti-Slavery Co-ordinator. Prior to this Stephen worked for the London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in the Security and Resilience Directorate. Previous he worked as Deputy Director for Central Operations and Performance Directorate at UK Border Agency, Assistant Director with Police Standards Unit and Violent Crime Unit at the Home Office and Head of Equalities & Community Safety with Cardiff Council.

photo of Paul Gerrard


Paul Gerrard spent twenty years in the UK Civil Service before becoming Policy and Campaigns Director at the world’s oldest co-operative business, the Co-op, in 2016. He leads their campaigning, ethics and sustainability work including on supporting survivors of slavery, which was recognised by the Stop Slavery award in 2017, and on tackling loneliness. Mr Gerrard is a Fellow of IEMA the global body of sustainability professionals.

photo of Dawn Welham


Dawn Welham, President, Chartered Institute of Environmental Health FCIEH was appointed President-Elect of CIEH in July 2017 and following a 30-year career comes to the role with an in-depth knowledge of fresh food, grocery and retail sectors covering product development, store operations and global supply chains.

 

  • Mark Conway, Emergency Planning Manager, Public Protection
  • Susan Banister, Head of Business Development, Hope for Justice
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