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GLAA 10h
Working with signatories to the construction protocol the GLAA has developed some great resources for use in the construction sector to help tackle labour exploitation. More here: Want to get involved? Details here:
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Michael Rich 12h
Just finished speaking at the last of the Association of Labour Providers roadshow series, really pleased to have such engaged partners and thanks to ALP for inviting us
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GLAA 14h
Did you know victims of and labour exploitation may have to scavenge for food? They may even resort to crime in order to get food or money for food. If you tell us on 0800 432 0804 or email intelligence@gla.gov.uk
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GLAA 17h
*Construction Induction Pack launched* We've developed this pack with signatories to the Construction Protocol. It includes posters, a presentation for new starters and a Toolbox Talk. Find out more on our website:
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UKAntiSlavery 17h
Sara Thornton has released a statement welcoming the publication of the Independent Review of the Modern Slavery Act final report and the many vital issues it raises. Read the statement here:
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GLAA 20h
The GLAA's Fiona Panetta is in Ayr, South Ayrshire today at an event with the Adult Support and Protection Department. Another example of how the GLAA works in partnership to tackle labour exploitation.
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Emma Crates May 21
Looking good! Thanks to Sam Ireland for leading the group on this
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GLAA May 21
We're getting closer to the busy holiday period. 24.9million people are illegally trafficked every year? This is an excellent video highlighting . Please watch and share and keep your when you travel.
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GLAA May 21
Firms involved in the Construction protocol have worked with the GLAA to produce practical tools designed to prevent and on building sites. Find out more here: Great work everyone involved!
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HM Government Midlands May 21
Healthcare workers - vague medical history or unexplained/untreated injuries are just a couple of the signs of victims. 📞Call 08000 121 700 to report a suspicion ➡️ Find out more here
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GLAA May 21
GLAA CEO will be speaking at the ALP Roadshow in Birmingham today and then he'll be at the event in Manchester on Wednesday. Details of other speakers and how to book for the Manchester event here:
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GLAA May 21
The GLAA's Director of Strategy, Darryl Dixon, is in Brussels today at the European Labour Agency meeting. They will be looking at the role of national liaison officers and cross border joint activity.
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GLAA May 20
We all have a part to play in fighting modern slavery and labour exploitation whether it's reporting something we've seen or choosing to get our goods and services elsewhere.
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GLAA May 20
Replying to @Dorset_TS
Great - that works! It's very odd - our system wouldn't open it because it said it was advertising! Thank you.
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GLAA May 20
At this time of year we get a lot of calls asking about the cost of renewing a GLAA licence. Here's a link to our website where you'll find all you need to know about licensing costs.
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GLAA May 20
Hi Gill, You can report any labour exploitation issues to our Intelligence team in confidence on 0800 432 0804 or email intelligence@gla.gov.uk or contact 24/7 on 08000 121 700 or by using the app
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Trading Standards May 20
Today we are pleased to share this new video on . By watching it you will know more about: • What Modern Day Slavery is • How to spot the signs • What to do if you have suspicions
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GLAA May 20
Replying to @Dorset_TS
Hi, Are you able to send me a different link via DM as our internet access has been blocked for this site and we can't view the video!
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GLAA May 20
We know how to spot the signs of - do you? Here's a guide explaining what to look out for: Concerned someone may be a victim? Call our Intelligence team on 0800 432 0804 or email intelligence@gla.gov.uk
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GLAA May 20
Good morning! We're ready here at the GLAA to begin another week working in partnership to tackle and . Want to report something you came across at the weekend? Contact our Intelligence team on 0800 432 0804 or email Intelligence@gla.gov.uk
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