Season 1, Ep. 7
Cindy McCain is a politician, diplomat and humanitarian who, through setting up the McCain Institute with her late husband John, has dedicated much of her career to fighting human trafficking.
Cindy joins Jules and Eugenie to discuss the McCain Institute's extensive work out on the frontline, how she witnessed human trafficking first-hand in India and how we can all spot signs of human trafficking in our communities.
For more info, visit our website or click the links below:
- McCain Institute
- Human Trafficking Apps - Unseen, Clewer Initiative, Stop the Traffik, Faith for Freedom
Wednesday, June 22, 2022
Season 1, Ep. 9
Joining us today is Ian Urbina, an investigative journalist whose work exploring sea slavery informed his celebrated book, The Outlaw Ocean.Ian has travelled across the world to explore how modern slavery touches even the darkest corners of the high seas. He tells us about some of his most challenging trips, how sea slavery touches all of our lives and how we can all help eradicate such an opaque problem.For more info, visit our website or click the links below:The Outlaw Ocean ProjectBook - The Outlaw Ocean by Ian UrbinaNew York Times- The Outlaw Ocean
Wednesday, June 15, 2022
Season 1, Ep. 8
Operation Fort remains the largest case of modern slavery ever tried in the UK, and today's guest was right at the heart of it. We're joined by Detective Chief Inspector from West Midlands Police, Nick Dale!As the lead investigator for Operation Fort, Nick may well have more first-hand experience of fighting modern slavery than anyone else in the UK. He sits down with Eugenie and Jules to discuss the inner workings of Operation Fort, how his team helped numerous victims across the country, and the telltale signs of modern slavery in our everyday lives.For more info, visit our website or click the links below:Operation Fort Hope for Justice
Wednesday, June 1, 2022
Season 1, Ep. 6
On today's episode of Floodlight, we're joined by Kevin Bales, Kevin is a Professor of Contemporary Slavery at the University of Nottingham and one of the world's foremost experts in the fight against modern slavery.He joins Jules and Eugenie to discuss his three-decade career, where his academic studies and varied activism work have continued to help everyone from the United Nations to the next generation of change-makers.For more info, visit our website or click the links below. Nottingham rights labTed talk: How to Combat Modern SlaveryBook: Disposable peopleBook: Blood and earth where modern slavery intersects with climate changeFree the slaves Anti-Slavery International The Happy Baby Community The National Referral Mechanism