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Task Force on Computational Law for Combating Modern Slavery

by Brian Ulicny and Shawnna Hoffman
Task Force on Computational Law for Combating Modern Slavery
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Jan 21, 2020

Overview

Task Force on Computational Law for Combating Modern Slavery is an initiative of the MIT Computational Law Report with the aim of convening leaders, doers, and thinkers dedicated to abolishing modern slavery and human trafficking. The Task Force aims to focus on how data and computation can be effectively leveraged to combat these problems.

The Task Force is collaborating with an alliance of organizations that will conduct a global hackathon in December of 2020 to generate ideas and solutions. The goal of the Task Force to identify and share ideas and examples of solutions through a special issue of the MIT Computational Law Report.

The Task Force is led by Shawnna Hoffman and Brian Ulicny and comprised of MIT and global thought leaders working on using data to abolish modern slavery and human trafficking.


Task Force Members

Shawnna Hoffman - Task Force Co-Chair

Brian Ulicny - Task Force Co-Chair

Adriana Bora - Task Force Member

Wilfredo Martinez - Task Force Member

Tomas Lares - Task Force Member


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Resources

The video below features Task Force leaders describing the work of the Task Force as part of the public launch of MIT Computational Law Report on December 6, 2019

MIT CLR Soft Launch December 6, 2019


Links

United Abolitionists

Stop Human Trafficking

Delta 8.7 Forum

Polaris Project

Shared Hope International

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

International Justice Mission

Global Slavery Index

Anti-Slavery International

End Slavery Now

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