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Published on March 18th, 2014 | by CCAT

CCAT featured in radio broadcast on slavery

Peter Cox, chair of CCAT was delighted to be invited to Premier Christian Radio this week to discuss CCAT’s work in helping shape new anti-trafficking laws in Parliament.  Talking to John Pantry at the Inspirational Breakfast show, Peter explains how to spot the signs of human trafficking, how to report it, and how to get involved in our work.

Not being a regular commuter, Peter admitted to finding the London breakfast show “a bit early in the morning for retired folk”, however, he enjoyed the interview and did a fantastic job of spreading our message.  You can listen again here at Premier Radio.

Thank you, Peter, for a fantastic interview, and thank you to Premier for highlighting our work – slavery does exist in our modern communities, and people need our help to be freed.

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