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Technology can help us end the scourge of modern slavery. Here's how

Women and children make up 71% of the 40 million people trapped in slavery worldwide Image: REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton

Ed Lewin

Vice President, International Corporate Affairs, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

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Modern slavery occurs across a range of sectors
Image: International Labour Organization, 'Global Estimates of Modern Slavery'
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