Rt Revd Dr Alastair Redfern was Bishop of Derby from 2005 to 2018, sitting in the House of Lords. He has expertise in the fields of theology, church history, social justice, clergy training, leadership, and spirituality, and was the Church of England’s spokesperson for international development. Bishop Redfern sat on the joint parliamentary select committee for the draft modern slavery bill and supported the legislation through Parliament until the Royal Assent of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. He is the Independent Chair for the Anti-Slavery Commissioner’s Advisory Panel and the Vice-Chair of the Anglican Alliance. He has authored 18 books, including Slavery and Salvation (2020), which explores the curse of modern slavery. Bishop Redfern has been a Trustee of the AMAR International Charitable Foundation since 2016. He is the convenor and chair of AMAR’s Windsor Dialogue conference series, which investigates the causes and remedies of forced migration.

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