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Cycling from Lands End to John O’Groats

Cycling from Lands End to John O’Groats It’s amazing what some of our supporters will do on behalf of CCAT. One of those is Becky Marlow who will be cycling ...
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HOW TO REPORT MODERN SLAVERY

Reporting Modern Slavery is vitally important if we are going to end it. You can read our simple guide to ‘Spot the Signs’ by clicking here. Official guidance has also ...
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CCAT

The Croydon Community Against Trafficking (CCAT) is a registered charity (no. 1141863) whose aim is to stop the injustice of human trafficking primarily in the borough of Croydon. We also provide ...
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Anti-slavery commissioner requests public to spot the signs

The London Evening Standard reported a statement made by Kevin Hyland, the independent anti-slavery commissioner, in which he requested the public to help the police uncover brothels and flats used ...
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Stolen Lives Music Event in Croydon

CCAT is hosting the event Stolen Lives with Paul Field on Wednesday 16th September at Matthew’s Yard starting at 8pm. Stolen Lives is a thought-provoking, creative new project which looks at ...
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How could immigration policy affect trafficking victims?

How could immigration policy affect the experiences of trafficking victims? An insider view, by Gabriella Hillgren. I live in Sweden, and, the disappointing national election results, less than two weeks ...
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Our Goals

The key aims of CCAT and YCAHT are: To raise awareness of the horrors of human trafficking via CCAT in Croydon and via YCAHT in London and other communities To ...
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What We’ve Achieved

We are proud of what we have achieved as an organisation in the last decade, and, with your help we can continue to do more. So far, important highlights in ...
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