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Freedom Talks: Modern Day Slavery and Culpability led by Annie Kelly

Date

02 September 2018

Time

3-4pm

Venue

Festival Big Top, Queens Gardens

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Lecture

Award-winning human rights journalist and editor of the Guardian's Modern-day slavery in focus series, Annie Kelly, leads a discussion on where responsibility for modern day slavery falls.

Why are so many companies not held to account for what happens in their supply chain?

For more details please visit freedomfestival.co.uk 

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