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Preet Kaur Gill MP Apr 17
A recent survey of 33 of the 34 UK medical schools found that only 9 currently provide any teaching - a serious gap that needs addressing. I asked the what steps they are taking to ensure adequate modern slavery training for clinical & healthcare staff.
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Anna Collinson Apr 16
"I was forced to have sex with three or four women every day" 'Peter' was trafficked to the UK from Nigeria and sexually abused for six years. Shocking film by revealing male reports have increased five times in five years.
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Co-operative Party 2h
Limiting victim support to 45 days risks “irreparable harm to very vulnerable individuals”. If you agree that victims should receive the support they need to recover, join our campaign against
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freeforgood 2h
After years of campaigning for better support for victims the High Court has issued an interim order that all victims should be able to claim support beyond the 45-day time limit set by the Home Office.
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BCTWestBerks 40m
Using a hand car wash in your community? You can open the Safe Car Wash app & complete a short survey. The data will be anonymised and shared with and to help support the fight against and protect workers
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Slave To Fashion 1h
INTIMIDATION AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT Extract from SLAVE TO FASHION - Fear silences many women in the workplace – and their male bosses exploit their position through inappropriate physical contact, sexual advances and lewd language.
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Dental Nursing 5h
Dental nurses! Looking for comprehensive CPD coverage? Recently, we have covered clinical photography in , , raising concerns about yourself and your colleagues and how to protect vulnerable groups. Subscribe for this and more
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Hestia 2h
Recovery is a journey and it requires time. Survivors of need this time to begin to heal and start to rebuild their lives. The STEP project, in partnership with & , is working to make this happen.
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Crimestoppers 4h
An article in the Independent rightly asks: "Slavery was supposed to be abolished over 180 years ago – so why is it rife within modern Britain?" Visit our website to discover how to spot the signs
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MdrnSlavery Helpline Apr 17
Domestic servitude is often hard to spot as it happens behind closed doors. But there are vital signs which may indicate someone is a . If you notice something which doesn't seem right, or you need help yourself, call our free 24/7 helpline - 08000 121 700
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MdrnSlavery Helpline Apr 14
Many of the daily services we use may show signs that the people working there are victims of . Common signs are staff being fearful, tired, not allowed to handle money and go without protective clothing and equipment. If you have a concern, report it. 08000 121 700
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MdrnSlavery Helpline Apr 14
"I don't want what happened to me to happen to someone else, because it's horrible." It's up to all of us to fight . So why not learn how to spot the signs, and if you see something suspicious, report it to our 24/7 helpline - 08000 121 700
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Tony Willis Apr 13
Walking part of the to raise money for and celebrate my wife's 50th birthday . About 28 miles completed so far.
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CORE Coalition Apr 16
What effect has supply chain legislation had on the prevalence of in Brazil? In her new blog for CORE, Caroline Emberson of describes findings from a recent collaborative research project
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Anti-Slavery International Apr 16
Listen to this podcast by on in the every day goods we buy.
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Andrew Wallis OBE 1h
Walking through yesterday and jolted once again as I passed the Edward Colston (Slave Trader) statue now juxtaposed with the remains of an installation piece highlighting that slavery in its modern form still continues today in the city.
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Traidcraft In Depth 1h
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Nautilus International 12m
Busy doesn't begin to describe / inspector Paul Keenan: helping the starving of a Russian-flagged ship and is supporting on Iceland-flagged survey ship Poseidon - helping recover lost wages and fighting against
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APPG on Prostitution Apr 15
To combat in the UK the Government must tackle demand for sexual exploitation by criminalising paying for sex and decriminalising victims
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Stephen Walford Apr 14
Be under no illusion, instances of are not (only) happening in our metropolitan cities. is not immune to these despicable events - If you see anything suspicious or have concerns - report it.
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