Supply Chain Slavery

Julia Ormond 


2012 OFF in Oslo
Julia Ormond is an Emmy-award-winning stage, film, and television actress and long-time activist against human trafficking. She took the Oslo Freedom Forum stage to explain how modern-day slavery is often hidden in plain sight and discuss her work to end human trafficking in supply chains.

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Julia Ormond



Emmy-award winning British actress and activist against human trafficking

Julia Ormond is an Emmy Award-winning actress and longtime activist against human trafficking, promoting international awareness in her role as a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador and as founder of the advocacy nonprofit, the Alliance to Stop Slavery and End Trafficking (ASSET), which works with NGOs, government officials, and individuals to create the systemic change needed to eradicate slavery at its source. Ormond is the executive producer of “Calling the Ghosts: A Story of Rape, War, and Women,” a documentary about the abuse of women in Bosnian detention centers. The film won the Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award. She is the recipient of the World Economic Forum’s Crystal Award and Women for Women International’s Peace Award.

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