Heather Moore is the National Policy and Advocacy Coordinator for the Salvation Army’s Freedom Partnership. She has been engaged in anti-slavery work since 2003, after establishing the first refuge for trafficked women in the United States. She has extensive experience in capacity building for anti-trafficking service providers and has been a consultant for the US Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services and other governments on building effective anti-trafficking frameworks. Her current focus is on strengthening protections and access to justice for temporary workers in Australia to prevent human trafficking and other slavery-related crimes.
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