Prima Sessione Gruppo 5

Traffico di esseri umani: “Una ferita aperta nel corpo della società contemporanea” (Papa Francesco)

10:30 - 11:30     Gruppo 5: Traffico di esseri umani: “Una ferita aperta nel corpo della società contemporanea” (Papa Francesco)
(Hall 7) – EN 🎧 ES, IT

Relatore: Kevin Hyland, Ordine dell’Impero Britannico, iniziativa Santa Marta ed ex capo dell’Unità Traffico di esseri umani della Metropolitan Police Service.

Panellists:
•     Ann Mara, MECPATHS 
•     Mary Ryan e Máirín McDonagh, APT
•     Máirin McDonagh, APT
•     Mia De Faoite, LLM
•     P O’Sullivan, MECPATHS
•     Sarah Benson, Ruhama
•     Anne Kelleher, APT

‘Le migrazioni appaiono particolarmente drammatiche e devastanti per le famiglie e per gli individui quando hanno luogo al di fuori della legalità e sono sostenute da circuiti internazionali di tratta degli esseri umani’ (AL. 46.) 
In questa tavola rotonda si guarderà a come la tratta degli esseri umani pervade la società contemporanea.

Biografie

Kevin Hyland, Ordine dell’Impero Britannico, iniziativa Santa Marta ed ex capo dell’Unità Traffico di esseri umani della Metropolitan Police Service.

Kevin Hyland is one of the world’s leading voices in the fight against human trafficking.  In 2014 he was appointed as the UK’s first Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner by Theresa May, before assuming his role as CEO with ChildFund Ireland.  Mr Hyland was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.) in 2015, acknowledging his service in combating human trafficking throughout his career, including his highly successful tenure as head of the Human Trafficking Unit of the London Metropolitan Police.  Mr Hyland was instrumental in the establishment of the Santa Marta Group launched by Pope Francis in 2014, a high-level strategic partnership between international law enforcement agencies, the Catholic Church and Civil Society.  Mr Hyland currently chairs the ‘Human Trafficking and Exploitation Project in Ireland’, a high-level initiative seeking to analyse and identify the extent of human trafficking into and within the island of Ireland.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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