Innovation for Inclusion

Cockayne, James (2019). Innovation for Inclusion. Financial Sector Commission on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Briefing Paper. United Nations University.

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  • Subtitle Using Digital Technology to Increase Financial Agency and Prevent Modern Slavery
    Sub-type Discussion paper
    Author Cockayne, James
    Title Innovation for Inclusion
    Series Title Financial Sector Commission on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Briefing Paper
    Volume/Issue No. 3
    Publication Date 2019-04
    Place of Publication New York
    Publisher United Nations University
    Pages 22
    Language eng
    Abstract This third Briefing Paper, prepared in advance of the Financial Sector Commission on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking’s third consultation in Sydney, Australia, focuses on how financial innovation may help prevent modern slavery and human trafficking. It discusses the connections between financial exclusion and vulnerability to modern slavery and human trafficking, and explores how innovation in both technology and products can help address these risks by transforming the choices available to debtors and workers. It closes with some reflections on how the financial sector may help to foster innovation for financial inclusion and agency that can help to prevent modern slavery.
    UNBIS Thesaurus SLAVERY
    DEVELOPMENT FINANCE
    FINANCING
    TERRORISM FINANCING
    INNOVATIONS
    FINANCIAL FLOWS
    TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS
    Keyword Innovation and development
    Financial innovation
    Financial technology
    Prevention
    Modern slavery
    Human trafficking
    Copyright Holder United Nations University
    Copyright Year 2019
    Copyright type Creative commons
    ISBN 9789280891034
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