The impact of law enforcement agencies perceptions on human trafficking in Canada
A CHRLP/O’Brien Seminar
with Olivia Smith
Wednesday, April 20, 1:00-2:30 PM (ET)
Registration required: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For in-person guests, masks will be required.
The Ministry of Public Security reports of 2021 show that human trafficking in Canada increased while the number of prosecution of cases remain low. Progress in combatting human trafficking has been sidelined due to the COVID 19 pandemic and there is urgent need to reprioritize addressing the crime of human trafficking.
About the speaker
Dr. Olivia Smith is a Consultant on labour migration and human trafficking and the Executive Director for the Caribbean Anti Human Trafficking Foundation. She has worked with several regional and international institutions including the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI) as Project Lead on Trafficking in Persons (Barbados) and with The British Institute of International and Comparative Law Institute (BIICL) as National Consultant on Human Trafficking in Guyana. Read more about Olivia here.