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HTF is a UK-based charity which grew out of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Human Trafficking. HTF was created to support the work of NGOs around the UK.
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HEAL Trafficking May 20
Press: Identification and Treatment of Human Trafficking Victims in the Emergency Department: A Case Report
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This factsheet shows there were 73 potential victims of in the and industry reported to their helpline in 2017 and 2018
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Vicky Brotherton May 23
How do we ensure that policy & legislation is impactful & achieves its intended purpose? How can we close the gap between policy & practice? Our 2nd research briefing explores the issue of the 'implementation gap' (1/4)
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FLEX May 22
FLEX makes the point for Reuters that the independent review of the Act is important but ignoring how policy is affecting this issue is to ignore the wood for the trees:
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HumanTraffickingFdn May 22
Encouraging to see so many present at the launch! Great work!
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HumanTraffickingFdn May 22
Modern Slavery Act Independent Review: "Implementation is as important as legislation... provisions of the MSA must keep pace with the ever-evolving threats modern slavery presents as well as the needs of the victims it is designed to protect "
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HumanTraffickingFdn May 22
Police discovered 519 vulnerable adults and 364 children in need of support after suffering exploitation which involved coercion, intimidation and violence to establish control and keep them involved in running the drugs and act as a "shield" from arrest
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Unseen May 22
This is the reality of living conditions for young people exploited by gangs. It's different from the glamorous lifestyle advertised. Our Spotlight schools sessions help make teens aware of the risks. Find out more
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Delta 8.7 - The Alliance 8.7 Knowledge Platform May 21
How could we better understand the phenomenon of ? How might we estimate the true scale of the orphanage business? () & () write about their hothouse session:
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Every Child Protected Against Trafficking May 21
'Police arrest 586 people in county lines crackdown' Good to see resources spent on but resources needed for support too. This comes at a time when Government has also reduced one to one advocacy for many of these children.
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Robin Brierley May 21
West Midlands volunteer event - An opportunity to make a difference to victims lives - come along to find out more
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Christian Guy May 20
A system supposed to be keeping the most vulnerable children safe is often putting them at greater risk - grooming, trafficking and abuse. Courage needed in Govt to make this a priority. These kids are too easily overlooked.
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HumanTraffickingFdn May 17
The UN Committee Against Torture published its first examination of the UK's response to slavery today. We welcome the recommendations which echo calls from NGOs and hope the UK will enact much needed change
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Every Child Protected Against Trafficking May 16
Last year, 120k of you demanded specialist support for trafficked children. But the fight isn't over. Trafficked & unaccompanied children endure legal, care, health & education systems alone, without a guardian to support them. Take action for
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HumanTraffickingFdn May 16
With so many victims of modern slavery facing destitution, these funds could have made a crucial difference to many of the thousands of survivors in the UK
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MdrnSlavery Helpline May 15
First dealers to be charged under in relation to have been jailed. The gang members vulnerable teens to transport drugs & money and threatened them if they tried to leave. - 08000 121 700
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HumanTraffickingFdn May 14
Great to see collaborating with businesses and NGOs in its National Strategic Assessment of and including and . CEO raised the need to invest in communities and social services to help protect against exploitation
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HumanTraffickingFdn May 14
re the parliamentary committees tweet, the stance we were advocating was quoted - 'ensure migrant women can report safely and access the public funds they need to escape abuse, and this legislation will be vastly improved'. It was to express support on that only. Hope this helps!
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HumanTraffickingFdn May 14
Hi both, Thank you for your questions. Regarding the stance on sex work, we don't have a stance and remain neutral on this issue.
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Kate Roberts May 14
Great to be at the ⁦⁩ conference to share learning on responding to the needs of survivors with a focus on the asylum system in Europe
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