How to end human trafficking: Lessons from the front line

Join this webinar to learn how Blue Dragon is ending human trafficking - and how YOU can be involved.
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Since Blue Dragon first rescued a child from trafficking in 2005, we have rescued over 1,300 people in Vietnam and neighbouring countries. Along the way, we have reformed three laws, represented victims in over 200 court cases, and now provide practical support to 20,000 children and families every year.

Blue Dragon is determined to end modern slavery once and for all.

YOU ARE INVITED to this webinar, “How to end human trafficking – Lessons from the front line”. We will share our insights and experiences and answer your questions about how you can get involved in this urgent global issue.


Lessons from our frontline work towards ending human trafficking in Vietnam:

  • How the trafficking landscape and trends are evolving and changing
  • Expert insight into challenges and effective solutions
  • An opportunity to join the conversation and ask our speakers questions

Meet our speakers

Caitlin Wyndham

Dr. Caitlin Wyndham is the Research and Learning Leader at Blue Dragon. She oversees Blue Dragon’s anti-trafficking work, including research and analysis to contribute to the international body of knowledge and enhance the effectiveness of anti-trafficking initiatives.

Thuy Nguyen

Blue Dragon’s Program Manager Thuy has been leading counter-trafficking activities in northern Vietnam since 2015. She will talk about fostering resilience against human trafficking in impoverished communities.

Michael Brosowski, AM

As Blue Dragon’s Founder and Strategic Director, Michael has been leading the charge to protect Vietnamese youth since 2002. He will discuss how Blue Dragon’s counter-trafficking strategies are evolving to respond to new trafficking trends and highlight some international efforts to solve the problem.

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Choose one of the two sessions below. They are the same webinar, just hosted at different times to accommodate our friends and supporters in different time zones.

This webinar will be recorded for future viewing. 

If the dates and times don’t work for you, register anyway! We will send you a recording after the webinar.

April 12

Indochina Time: 3 pm – 4 pm

Singapore Time: 4 pm – 5 pm

Australian Eastern Standard Time: 6 pm – 7 pm

New Zealand Standard Time: 8 pm – 9 pm

Central European Summer Time: 10 am – 11 am

British Summer Time: 9 am – 10 am

April 12

Eastern Daylight Time: 8 pm – 9 pm

Central Daylight Time: 7 pm – 8 pm

Mountain Daylight Time: 6 pm – 7 pm

Pacific Daylight Time: 5 pm – 6 pm


April 13

Indochina Time: 7 am – 8 am

Singapore Time: 8 am – 9 am

Australian Eastern Standard Time: 10 am – 11 am

New Zealand Standard Time: 12 pm – 1 pm

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