26 September 2017
On 26 September 2017, Shiva Foundation convened a roundtable discussion on Mitigating Risk of Labour Exploitation in the Hotel Industry for hoteliers, NGOs, trade unions, and other industry stakeholders.
As part of Shiva Hotels’ ongoing commitment, we have worked closely with their senior team to create a model that tackles issues of human trafficking and modern slavery within the hotel industry. We are currently supporting them with the implementation of a Stop Slavery Blueprint which sets out key principles, protocols, policies and training to tackle human trafficking.
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30 November 2016
Shiva Foundation coordinates the Stop Slavery Hotel Industry Network. The Network which was launched on 30 November at the Trust Women conference, brings together key players to address human trafficking in the industry.
2 November 2016
On 2 November 2016, Shiva Foundation convened a closed roundtable on human trafficking for the hotel industry, in partnership with Thomson Reuters Foundation.
5 October 2016
On 5 October, Women for Change welcomed four expert panelists to discuss the challenges refugees, asylum seekers and migrants face both in the UK and internationally.
8 August 2016
On June 8 2016, five climate change experts joined the Women for Change breakfast to discuss the issue of climate change and women.
7 October 2015
On 7 October 2015, Shiva Foundation hosted its third Zero Traffick Circle on the role of strategic litigation in the UK in tackling issues affecting victims of human trafficking.
29 November 2014
In November 2014, Shiva Foundation hosted a Zero Traffick Circle with those working in the anti-human trafficking field to harness valuable insights into gaps in the response to this problem, and what collective steps may be taken now to address these challenges.