Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

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Information from "Faith in Action" Bulettin June 2018 ...

Modern Slavery Group

Over 5,000 people were identified as potential victims of trafficking in the UK in 2017 – an increase of 35% on previous figures. A new group has begun meeting to discuss how to support the work of local police and the voluntary sector following the Modern Slavery Act. Local charity Restore is a team of volunteers with a project co-ordinator, based in Exeter, and working in Devon and Cornwall, who provides a safe place for women to rebuild their lives. Restore Safe House Project

In addition a number of people have trained as ‘Unseen Ambassadors’ to take awareness sessions out to church and community groups. Unseen - Modern Slavery.

For further information please contact Chris Forster, Development Worker, Transforming Plymouth Together, chris@transformingplymouthtogether.org.uk


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