Monday 30 November 2020
•  11:00 – 12:00 hrs (CDT)
This webinar will be conducted in English. Translation will not be available

The role of corporations in labour migration: Legal considerations, risk factors and corporate social responsibility
A special presentation by:
Dana Graber Ladek, Chief of Mission, IOM Mexico Office

The Chief of Mission of the UN’s International Organisation for Migration, has kindly agreed to share with our membership important information about the role of the IOM and the global context of labour migration. This information will help us define the role of companies in this phenomenon and assist them with useful information to avoid risks and combat slavery through corporate social responsibility.

Dana Graber Ladek is an international professional with over 20 years of experience in humanitarian aid, development programming, programme management and multidisciplinary team management in coordination with government agencies, the United Nations, and national and international organizations.

Her assignments before becoming Chief of Mission for the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Mexico include: Chief of Mission for IOM Thailand (2016-2020), Regional Project Development Specialist for the IOM Regional Office for Central America and the Caribbean based in Costa Rica (2011-2016); Head of the IOM Regional Support Unit for South-Eastern Europe based in Hungary (2008-2011); Displacement Specialist for IOM Iraq based in Jordan (2005-2008); Programme Liaison for the IOM Washington Regional Office based in Washington, DC (2003-2005), and Director of Outreach for The Communitarian Network (2002-2003).

Ms. Graber Ladek holds bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Journalism from Goshen College and a master’s degree in International Affairs with a focus on Conflict Resolution from George Washington University. Dana can be reached at

The Chatham House Rule will be enforced and the webinar will be conducted in ENGLISH

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Event information

Free webinar: Via Zoom  (instructions to join will be emailed after registration)
Presentation followed by a Q&A session
Date: Monday 30 November 2020

Time: 11:00 – 12:00 hrs (CDT)

Click HERE to register (limited spaces)