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CIOB 12h
We've teamed up with to produce practical tools designed to prevent and on sites. Find out more on their website
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Phil Bennett May 20
I’ve begun a blog to document my ideas about tackling . First article is about anti-slavery helplines. After volunteering at for nearly 3 yrs I wanted to share what it takes to run a great service. Tougher than it might seem!
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Caroline Pinchbeck 1h
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ModernWorld Cen 1h
Women empowering site:Is Modern World's woe due to clash of 1st instinct-sex & 2nd-sibling
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MdrnSlavery Helpline May 17
Last year, 14 victims of sexual were identified in the West Midlands through reports to . In total, 304 victims of were indicated in W. Midlands & report concerns to us - 08000 121 700 or use Unseen App
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schmaniel 17m
Replying to @_DaniMontague
and really, sure there are "laws" saying you have equal rights, but that's just ink on paper that is not reflected when examining society at large.
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Daniel Steinvorth 6h
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(((RozMcDermott))) 24m
Drop charges against reprter Andy Hall for exposing & of Thai fruit processor NOW Help fight give to
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Rachel Smith 6h
On the phone to my motor-engineer dad earlier who was pleased to tell me he was at a convention where were helping people in his industry prevent and respond to ... the message is getting out there!!
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Shiva Foundation 4h
Here's a shot of our first team meeting with our full team 👋🏻 Stay tuned for more exciting changes to come!
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Ismail Bileyci 7h
Help to , prosecuted for researching in Thailand: take action with
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Andrew Wallis OBE May 21
Independent review of UK's Act makes 80 recommendations to improve response. Now we await response.
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Pan Lancashire Anti Slavery Partnership 4h
These websites continue to present a risk across Lancashire and indeed across the UK.
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End Slavery Now 4h
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Dr_Dick_Byrne 🐪🍍🌽🌾🌍🚜 23h
Police alerted by concerned neighbours - shows that the public can make a difference and the police can and will act.
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Clare Gollop 2h
Hats off to a formidable bunch! Watching with interest and relief there are folk like you on the side of victims and survivors!
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Butterfly Effect @ Madame Butterfly 8h
Replying to @Butterf90900238
By the time they do realise they’re ‘in danger’, they’re too afraid to ‘ask for help’, as the ‘threat’ to their life is so severe. Grooming is an ‘art’... perpetrators are very ‘skilled’ at what they do, hence why they can go ‘under the radar’...
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Ed Lewin May 24
Much will be opined about time in govt. One thing is for sure: she will have a legacy in UK's domestic and international approach to the scourge of Her commitment has resulted in resourcing& expertise to tackle the problem. I commend that leadership.
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Ineqe Safeguarding Group May 23
"Government figures have previously estimated there are between 10,000 and 13,000 potential modern slavery victims in the UK"
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Luc Fehr 5h
instead of introducing gimmicky new foods/products, maybe think about reducing payouts to shareholders (who don’t actually do the work of serving your product) and consider paying your employees enough to live in Canada. It may help your sales
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