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Sarah Mathewson

Africa Programme Coordinator

Anti-Slavery International

HQ Phone:  +44 20 7501 8920

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Anti-Slavery International

Thomas Clarkson House The Stableyard, Broomgrove Road

London, Greater London,SW9 9TL

United Kingdom

Company Description

Anti-Slavery International is the world's oldest international human rights organization, founded in 1839. It is the only charity in the United Kingdom to work exclusively against slavery and related abuses. We work at local, national and international levels ...more

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Africa Program Officer

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Program Director

Human Rights Watch


Campaigns Manager (Part-Time)

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Position, Department of Social and Human Sciences

Department of Social and Human Sciences


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Report: Mauritania is no longer the world's slavery capital - Walk Free Foundation

www.walkfreefoundation.org [cached]

Sarah Mathewson, Africa program coordinator for Anti-Slavery International, said slavery in Mauritania is "shrouded in secrecy" and therefore hard to measure.
"It is incredibly difficult to ascertain how many people remain in slavery in Mauritania," she said in an email.


Blog Archives - The Abolition Institute

www.stoppingslavery.org [cached]

​"It is ironic that there are no slave owners in prison, but three anti-slavery activists have been convicted for leading a peaceful campaign while the freedom of NGOs may be quashed," Sarah Mathewson, Anti-Slavery International's Africa programme co-ordinator told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.


Anti-Slavery - Staff and Trustees

www.antislavery.org [cached]

Africa Programme Manager- Sarah Mathewson


Blog Archives - The Abolition Institute

www.stoppingslavery.org [cached]

The two court judgements could signal the beginning of the end of slavery in Mauritania, according to Sarah Mathewson, Africa programme co-ordinator at Anti-Slavery International.
​"This should empower people to come forward, access justice and seek compensation," she told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. This week's convictions provide new evidence not only that slavery continues but that some factions of the government finally are willing to do something it, said Sarah Mathewson, Africa program coordinator for Anti-Slavery International. "Lots of people (in Mauritania) will be very encouraged by this ruling -- encouraged to leave slavery, encouraged to access justice," she said. "And slave owners will be discouraged from continuing to abuse them." ​"It's unbelievable," she said.


Blog Posts - The Abolition Institute

www.stoppingslavery.org [cached]

​"It is ironic that there are no slave owners in prison, but three anti-slavery activists have been convicted for leading a peaceful campaign while the freedom of NGOs may be quashed," Sarah Mathewson, Anti-Slavery International's Africa programme co-ordinator told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
This week's convictions provide new evidence not only that slavery continues but that some factions of the government finally are willing to do something it, said Sarah Mathewson, Africa program coordinator for Anti-Slavery International. "Lots of people (in Mauritania) will be very encouraged by this ruling -- encouraged to leave slavery, encouraged to access justice," she said.


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