Tackling Modern Slavery in the Hotel Sector

This half-day workshop is designed for hotel managers, those responsible for tackling modern slavery and related risks throughout your supply chain, and labour recruitment agencies in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. This workshop at Crowne Plaza Nottingham aims to help you understand the risk of modern slavery within the hotel sector and approaches to identifying and managing it.

The problem:

The hotel sector has been recognised as a high-risk area for labour exploitation and modern slavery where workers are at risk of abusive labour and employment practices. There have also been reports of hotels used as locations for sexual exploitation.

Why attend this workshop?

-You will increase your knowledge of modern slavery and areas at risk within the hotel sector.

-You will understand best practices in identifying and responding to modern slavery.

-You will have the opportunity to discuss challenges or issues your business may face in tackling modern slavery.

-You will receive guidance on the tools and measures available to help you address modern slavery.

Hosted by:

-The Rights Lab, a University of Nottingham research team focused on ending slavery

-Shiva Foundation, a corporate organisation aiming to tackle and prevent human trafficking and modern slavery in the UK

-Nottinghamshire police

To confirm your place, register here.

This is a free event. Complimentary lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Free parking is available.

Posted on 07 February 2019

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Kinga Kapias

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Kinga Kapias

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Studying Japanese, fluent in Polish and Spanish, Kinga works with local academics and senior business people to help attract professional association conferences and events to Nottingham. She recently completed her Masters Degree in Applied Linguistics. Kinga enjoys travel, music and everything new media related.