Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Transformation Map
Hope for Justice is proud to have contributed our expertise to the World Economic Forum’s Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking ‘Transformation Map’ as co-curators.
The map is a fantastic introduction to the topic, and explores eight of the most important aspects of modern slavery and human trafficking in our world today:
Transformation Maps are the World Economic Forum’s dynamic knowledge tool, allowing people to explore and make sense of complex and interlinked forces that are transforming economies, industries and global issues, helping in turn to support more informed decision-making by leaders. Modern slavery and human trafficking are pervasive, compound problems facing our society, and it is our privilege to be able to contribute to the growing repository of knowledge in this area.
The map also illustrates, in a visual and interactive way, how some of the most important aspects of modern slavery and human trafficking link to other issues (each of which has their own Transformation Map), including topics like the Illicit Economy, Inequality, Corruption, Trade and Investment, Supply Chains, Mental Health, Human Rights, ESG (environmental, social and governance issues for businesses), and Migration.
Access the Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Transformation Map for free at: https://intelligence.weforum.org/topics/a1G680000008hMHEAY