Agnes Igoye, a 2018 Aspen New Voices Fellow - is a Ugandan social worker and campaigner against human trafficking. She serves as the country's Deputy chair of the National Prevention of Trafficking in Persons office – Uganda. In addition to being the Training Manager at the country's Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration Control, She is also the founder of the Dream Revival Centre for survivors of human trafficking. Igoye has been the recipient of a number of awards such as the 2016 Diller-Diane von Furstenberg International Award, University of Minnesota's Distinguished Leadership Award for Internationals in 2014, and made the 2017 Clinton Global Initiative University Alumni Honor Roll.
Thursday 26th Aug
Theme: Tackling emerging digital threats: Extremism, trafficking and Radicalization (Virtual Broadcast)