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Anti-Slavery Day

Date:
Thursday 18th October 2018
Time:
10am-4pm

Location: St Mary's University, Twickenham

Trafficked people, including young people, both EU and non-EU citizens, are enslaved across all member countries. Often they have looked for job opportunities, only to find themselves deceived and then exploited.

Europeans, usually unwittingly, are also consumers of services or goods provided by enslaved people. For example in nail salons, massage parlours, domestic labour and construction. In buying these services, consumers are making slavery profitable.

Speakers

  • Dr Carole Murphy: Centre for the Study of Modern Slavery
  • Garry Smith: Medaille Trust
  • Mary Honeyball MEP
  • Fr Mark Odion: SantaMarta Group
  • Helene Miller: Metropolitan Police

Registration

This conference is free to attend, but please register your place online.

Please note: if you are travelling more than ten kilometres we may be able to subsidise your travel cost.

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Date:
Thursday 18th October 2018
Time:
10am-4pm

Find out more

For more information about this event please email carole.murphy@stmarys.ac.uk.

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