Professor, Faculty of Law and Director of Anti-Slavery Australia, University of Technology Sydney

Jennifer Burn is director of Anti-Slavery Australia and professor of law at the University of Technology, Sydney
Anti-Slavery Australia is the only university based law and research centre in Australia dedicated to advancing the rights of people who have experienced human trafficking, slavery and slavery-like practices such as forced labour and forced marriage. Anti-Slavery Australia includes a free legal practice that provides legal advice and representation to trafficked and enslaved people in Australia. Jennifer Burn is CI on an ARC grant with CIs Professors Jane Lydon and Fiona Paisley, 'Australian and Anti-Slavery: Humanitarianism and Popular Cultue form 1890 t9o the present'.

Experience

  • –present
    Director of Anti-Slavery Australia, UTS