Financial Inclusion: A Way to Prevent Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery

This side-event to the High-level meeting of the General Assembly appraised the United Nations Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons.

- America/New York

This side-event organized by the Permanent Mission of the Principality of Liechtenstein and the Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking (FAST) Initiative at UNU-CPR explored how financial inclusion initiatives can play a part in the prevention of human trafficking, especially drawing on experiences from a range of financial, governmental, and civil society actors in the Latin America and Caribbean Region.


Ronny Marty

Independent Anti-Labor Trafficking Consultant & Survivor Leader

Dawne Spicer

Caribbean Financial Action Task Force

Carlos Andrés Pérez

Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Section
UN Office of Drugs and Crime

Isabella Chase

Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies
Royal United Services Institute

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