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Rights Track Podcast

Sadly most of my book tour was cancelled due to Covid-19 and the pandemic but I was still able to record a podcast that I had planned to be on from my apartment in Latvia. I was featured on Episode 3 of Series 5 of the Rights Track podcast entitled “Strengthening laws and ending modern slavery: what connects SDGs 16 and 8.7?” which is the most prestigious podcast on human trafficking in the world. I was interviewed by Dr. Todd Landman Vice Chancellor for the Faculty of Social Sciences and Rights Lab Executive Director at the University of Nottingham at the University of Nottingham in the UK. We discussed the intersection between meeting Sustainable Development Goals SDG 8.7 aiming to end modern slavery and SDG 16 which aims to end violence and strengthen the rule of law and governance.  You can listen to the podcast episode here .