Category: Modern Slavery and Trafficking

Updated 09/08/2017 The Global Slavery Index estimates that in 2016, around 40.3 million people world wide were living in some form of slavery, with around 136,000 in the UK. While slavery is illegal throughout the world it still exists in the form of forced labour of children and adults; bonded

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What is Human Trafficking? Human trafficking is the movement of people by deception, coercion or violence, in order to exploit them. It involves 3 elements: What is done: recruiting, transporting, harbouring and receiving people How it is done: using threats or the use of force, coercion, abduction, fraud or deception,

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Find out as much as you can so that you can spot the signs and act to help trafficked people. Visit the UK Government Modern Slavery site Visit NI Direct trafficking page View the Crimestoppers modern slavery web page Read about the indications of trafficking in an Immigration Law Practitioners’

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