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Victim-Centred Training Tools Requested by Government

Published on March 31st, 2012 | by CCAT

Stop the Traffik, Eaves (for Women), and the NSPCC are among the organisations asked by the government to develop new frontline training tools for professionals who may come into contact with those who have been trafficked. ... Read More


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How Many Slaves Work for You?

Published on March 31st, 2012 | by CCAT

Wow.  If you needed sobering up after Christmas, then this is the website to do it.  It’s shocking and humbling to realise how many people are behind our luxurious Western lifestyles. Click on slaveryfootprint.org.  But only ... Read More


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Traffic Life for Girl in India

Published on March 1st, 2012 | by CCAT

Few of us can have failed to have been horrified by the tragic rape of the girl on the Indian bus.  Once again, the plight of the woman in Indian sociey has been put under the ... Read More


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President Obama: You Summed it Up Well

Published on February 22nd, 2012 | by CCAT

You know what, President Obama?  We couldn’t have said it better ourselves…. Click on the link to hear the US President talking about modern-day slavery and its blight on the world. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KzXcHZU4us&feature=youtu.be&goback=%252Egde_4165508_member_... Read More


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Forced Labour in UK Hits Headlines

Published on February 17th, 2012 | by CCAT

Did you know that forced labour happens in the UK? It normally occurs in sectors that involve work which is difficult and dangerous. Migrant workers in particular are vulnerable to forced labour situations. However, in some ... Read More


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Community Power

Published on February 17th, 2012 | by CCAT

Community PowerAt the end of October, three individuals were arrested in Croydon. Two Hungarian men and one British woman were charged after a UK Border Agency-led inquiry. They were accused of trafficking young women into the ... Read More


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So What Does ‘E-Borders’ do to Combat Trafficking?

Published on February 10th, 2011 | by CCAT

Member of Parliament Mark Harper (Forest of Dean, Conservative) has responded to a query from a fellow MP by mentioning the e-Borders programme, which will allow Border authorities to track information about travellers attempting to arrive ... Read More


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