Modern Slavery Partnership Launches in Hampshire and Isle of Wight
Modern Slavery is happening in Hampshire and Isle of Wight - in 2014 35 adults and 5 children were identified as as potential victims of trafficking. The Modern Slavery Partnership has been officially launched by Simon Hayes, Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire, Hampshire Constabulary Chi
Pope Francis Calls on United Nations to Build ‘Universal Fraternity’
In contrast to the sometimes inspirational rhetoric of his address to the U.S. Congress on Thursday, the Pope’s address to the United Nations was philosophical, if not academic, with repeated references to past Catholic teaching and the founding codes of international law.
Police making modern day slavery inquiries
Plymouth police chiefs to host modern slavery conference
Woman awarded £184k in 'first caste discrimination' case
A woman recruited from India to be a domestic servant for a family in the UK and paid 11p an hour has been awarded almost £184,000 in unpaid wages.
Two people charged with slavery offences in St Albans
Customers must report firms they think are using trafficked workers
South East MEP to launch report into human trafficking
South East MEP Catherine Bearder has announced she will be launching a European Parliament report looking into the implementation of the EU's human trafficking law: 'Human trafficking is on the rise across Europe but still not enough is being done to crack down on this vile trade and ensure victi
How Employers Can Prepare For The Modern Slavery Act
Employers will soon be required to publish a modern slavery statement setting out how they protect against slavery in their supply chains.
The UK's new immigration bill creates perfect conditions for slavery to thrive
By creating a ‘hostile environment’ for undocumented migrants, Britain is enabling exploiters to control victims and silence those who complain.