A. UK delegation itinerary

From 26 April to 2 May 2017, an Additional Parliamentary Delegation from the Foreign Affairs and Aid SubCommittee of the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade visited London as part of this inquiry.
The delegation participated in the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) UK’s Modern Slavery Project Asia-Pacific Regional Workshop from 26 to 28 April together with parliamentarians and officials from Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and New Zealand. The delegation also met with representatives from the UK Government, businesses and NGOs about the development and implementation of the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015.
Table A.1 outlines the itinerary for the delegation.
UK delegation itinerary
Date
Meeting
26 April 2017
CPA UK Modern Slavery Project Asia Pacific Regional Workshop
27 April 2017
28 April 2017
2 May 2017
UK Home Office Modern Slavery Unit
Mr Offer Stern-Weiner, Head
Ms Helen Richardson, Head of International
Ms Elizabeth Geear
ECPAT UK
Ms Bharti Patel, Chief Executive Officer
Mr Ryan Mahan, Head of Information and Online Campaigns
British Red Cross
Ms Kathryn Baldacchino, Head of Anti-Trafficking
Ms Rosie Langley
Mr Alex Fraser
Salvation Army Mission Service
Major Anne Read, Director of Anti-Trafficking and Modern Slavery
Major Paul Kingscott, Assistant Secretary
Sky UK
Ms Fiona Ball, Responsible Business Manager
AMAR Foundation
Baroness Nicholson of Winterbourne
3 May 2017
The Freedom Fund
Mr Nick Grono, Chief Executive Officer
Business and Human Rights Resource Centre
Mr Phil Bloomer, Executive Director
Ms Patricia Carrier, Modern Slavery Registry Project Manager
Ms Samentha Goethals
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)
Mr John Cameron OBE, Head of Helplines
Ms Mandy John-Baptiste
Ms Louise Exton
Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority
Mr Darryl Dixon, Director of Strategy
Ms Caroline Haughey, Furnival Chambers
Anti-Slavery International
Dr Aidan McQuade, Director
Marks and Spencer
Mr Mike Barry, Director of Sustainable Business
Ms Louise Nicholls, Head of Corporate Human Rights

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