This two-hour webinar features renowned speakers including Simon Stockley, CCARHT Director and Senior Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at the Judge Business School in Cambridge; Harold D’Souza, Expert Consultant to the Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons; Carrie Pemberton Ford, Executive Director of CCARHT and Senior Fellow of MBIT University of Cambridge, and Professor Soulla Louca, Professor and Director at the University of Nicosia’s Institute for the Future.
For the full list of speakers, please visit our Speakers page.
In addition, the webinar will provide all attendees with a Blockchain certificate of attendance from the University of Nicosia, and selected students with the opportunity to intern with the University of Nicosia, Harold’s Open Eyes Project as well as CCARHT. Furthermore, this event brings together students and businesses alike to form a tight-knit international community in combatting human trafficking, using technology.
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