You’ll find answers here to our most frequently asked questions. For any further queries, please contact a member of the Trust Conference Team below and we will provide assistance.
Trust Conference is the world’s leading anti-slavery and trafficking forum bringing together global corporations, lawyers, government representatives, and human rights activists to take action.
This annual event was launched by the Thomson Reuters Foundation in 2012 as Trust Women and has evolved to encompass a broader spectrum of human rights issues.
Our name has now changed to Trust Conference to reflect the movement’s wider focus on solving the world’s biggest human rights issues. The fight against slavery and for women’s empowerment remain at its core.
You can expect two days of focused content across two key areas:
Modern Slavery (Day 1) and Human Rights (Day 2).
Each day you will hear from keynote speakers and panelists from all over the world who are leading experts in these fields.
There will also be an opportunity to commit to taking concrete action in your chosen area of interest. Agenda here.
From India to Mexico, the conference brings together the best minds, leaders, and activists from a diverse range of sectors. In 2016, 700 delegates from 60 countries attended the conference, including representatives from Government, Law firms, NGOs and Foundations, Global Corporations and Media.
We offer two main packages, a standard delegate ticket and a premium delegate ticket. We also offer special rates for charities and students.
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This year we will be launching a new app for the Trust Conference community to enable direct messaging, contact exchange and the ability to schedule individual meetings in advance of and during the conference.
We offer multiple opportunities to partner with us. For further information please contact Aditi Thorat at email@example.com
We offer a scholars bursary to cover travel and ticket expenses for a select number of individuals each year. If you are a passionate frontline advocate for human rights and work in a developing country, we would love to hear from you.
For further information on how to apply please see here.
There are many ways to get involved with Trust Conference. If you are interested in a speaking opportunity or would like to volunteer, please contact Louise Johansson at firstname.lastname@example.org
+44 207 542 email@example.com
+44 207 542 firstname.lastname@example.org
+44 207 542 email@example.com
+44 207 542 firstname.lastname@example.org
+44 207 542 email@example.com