Dubai: Mangalurean Harold D'Souza addresses human trafficking, other issues at Expo 2020


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Dubai, Jan 22: The Global Sustainability Network (GSN) on January 21 invited Mangalurean Dancy and Harold Henry D’Souza to share their wisdom to eradicate forced labour, end modern slavery and human trafficking at Expo 2020 here.

Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, UAE cabinet member, Minister of Tolerance and delegates from across the world shared their voice at the GSN Conference on connecting minds and creating opportunities.

Harold D’Souza addressed his passion to start the project on 'Maanav Shoshan Hotline Number' in India which will benefit the vulnerable population from being a victim of human trafficking. Champion on the subject of human labour trafficking and debt bondage in the United States of America, Harold is focused on working with the victims in America and cultivating prevention, education, protection, and empowerment globally.



Bishop Alastair Redfern is a Bishop in the Church of England and Raza Jafar an entrepreneur and philanthropist from Dubai are the founders of GSN.

Harold D’Souza in his speech shared his insight to partner with law enforcement agencies to eradicate forced labour. This compassionate couple is the co-founder of Eyes Open International.

GSN is focused on United Nations Goal 8. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aim is to encourage sustained economic growth by achieving higher levels of productivity and through technological innovation. With these targets in mind, the goal is to achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all women and men by 2030.

Harold D’Souza from Bajpe, Mangaluru is a living example of desire changes nothing, decision changes something, but determination changes everything.

  

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