Forced Labor and Workers’ Rights with Genvieve LeBaron
“Forced Labor and Workers’ Rights,” a short film about forced labor in global supply chains. This film featuring the research of Genevieve LeBaron, co-chair of the GLC Modern Slavery Working Group.
David Blight and Jessica Pliley discuss themes in Human Trafficking and Sex Work scholarship
Ambassador Luis C.deBaca talks about modern day slavery
Ambassador (ret.) Luis C.deBaca is an American lawyer and diplomat who served in the Obama Administration as Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons. He is at Yale as the Robina Fellow in Modern Slavery at the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition at the MacMillan Center. As one of the United States’ most decorated federal prosecutors, Ambassador C.deBaca investigated and prosecuted crimes of human trafficking, immigration, hate crimes, money laundering, and official misconduct. He updated the post-Civil War statutes and the 13th Amendment to develop the “victim centered approach” to modern slavery, which has become the global standard for combating human trafficking through the Trafficking in Persons Protocol to the United Nations’ Organized Crime Convention.