Anti-Human Trafficking Panel

Join us on October 26, 2015 for a discussion with UK Anti-Human Trafficking luminaries

The panel will feature an overview of AHT and highlight implications, key differences, and best practices from the 2015 UK Modern Slavery Act.

Expert Anti-Human Trafficking Panel

You are cordially invited to Deloitte’s expert Anti-Human Trafficking Panel featuring UK leaders who helped drive landmark legislation forward, including the UK Modern Slavery Act: Justine Currell and Andrew Wallis.

2015 has been a landmark year for anti-human trafficking legislation: the UK enacted the Modern Slavery Act, the US FAR strengthened protections against trafficking in government contracts, and three landmark civil class action lawsuits were filed against large corporations in the US.

The panel will give practitioners insights into the implications of this legislation, best practices, and future steps to eradicate human trafficking, with a focus on how business and government can think about approaching this often invisible problem within supply chains.

Please click the button below to Register for the event, and contact Brittanie Pierce with any questions.

Event details:

October 26, 2015



15108 Rosslyn Office,
1919 North Lynn Street Arlington,
VA 22209

Brittanie Pierce


Meet our panel

Justine Currell

Deputy Head of the Modern Slavery Unit, UK Home Office

Civil servant for more than 25 years with the UK Government, of which the last five years have been specifically in the Home Office. Justine serves as the senior policy adviser who led the development of the Modern Slavery Bill, particularly in regards to the transparency in supply chains provision. Currently, she is responsible for implementing a number of key provisions in the Modern Slavery Act, overhauling the UK’s system for identifying and supporting victims, and working with businesses to launch the transparency provisions.

Andrew Wallis, OBE

Founder and CEO of non-profit Unseen

Andrew is the founder and CEO of Unseen, a charity established to disrupt and challenge modern slavery. He is the chairman of the Working Group for the Centre for Social Justice’s landmark report: ‘It Happens Here: Equipping the United Kingdom to fight modern slavery’ which gives a comprehensive road map for government, statutory authorities and business to eradicate slavery in the UK and now acknowledged as the catalyst for the UK’s Modern Slavery Bill. Andrew won the 2013 Influencer Award from the Directory for the Social Change and elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Unseen has received numerous awards and most recently won the Charity Times Awards Charity of the Year and was shortlisted for the Rising CEO Star.