Kyla Raby is an anti-trafficking practitioner and researcher, having designed anti-slavery programming and interventions in the United Kingdom, Bangladesh and Australia where she currently manages a support service for survivors of modern slavery. She is a registered aid worker with the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and has deployed to Greece and Bangladesh in response to mass population movements. Kyla’s recently published research includes an article on commonly held stereotypes of human traffickers published in the Anti-Trafficking Review and the impact of COVID-19 on the identification of victims of modern slavery and their access to support published in the Journal of Modern Slavery. Kyla is a PhD candidate at the University of South Australia researching the role of the consumer in legislative efforts to eradicate modern slavery in supply chains. She holds a Master of Public and International Law from the University of Melbourne and Bachelor Degrees in Journalism and International Relations from the University of South Australia. Kyla is a sessional academic with UniSA Online and RMIT Online teaching various topics from victimology to employment law.