Caritas Salford is organising a conference at the Cathedral Centre in Salford on Tuesday February 7th, Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery. The Caritas Salford Anti-Trafficking Network works in partnership with the Police and the Medaille Trust.
The aim of the conference is to highlight the importance of the Police, faith groups and the public working together to identify potential victims of trafficking. Our main target is Christian congregations and faith and non-faith organisations.
10.30 Welcome and Introduction
10.45 The Fight against trafficking – a global perspective
11.15 Responding to victims of trafficking
12.00 The role of the police in detection and protection
2.30 Plenary session
3.00 Action – what we can do
Key Speakers are:
- Cecilia Taylor-Camara: Santa Marta and Bakhita Initiative, Bishops Conference England and Wales
- Mike Emberson: Chief Executive, Medaille Trust
- Hanna Flint: Modern Slavery Network Coordinator, Greater Manchester Police
- Sion Hall: Operation Proteus (East Lancashire human trafficking team)
There will also be a choice of workshops. There will be a light lunch provided.
Please promote the event with your friends, colleagues and networks.
Please note there is no parking at the Cathedral Centre and a map is enclosed for those seeking parking. Nearest train station is Salford Central a 5-10 min walk.
For more information and to book your place please contact
Anthony Brown, Coordinator, Human trafficking
T: 0161 817 2250
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