More support for survivors of slavery

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Yesterday in the House of Commons, the Government agreed to take an important step in the fight against modern day slavery, writes Louise Gleich the Acting Head of our Modern Slavery… Read More

Modern Slavery Victim Navigator gives force specialist support

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In a ground-breaking new project, Surrey Police are pleased to introduce a Modern Slavery Victim Navigator to the force. Surrey Police deals with a rising number of reports of modern… Read More

Indian radio hosts take to the airwaves to highlight human trafficking

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With human trafficking on the rise in India, some radio hosts are using their programmes to raise awareness and help listeners spot traffickers. In the Indian capital, New Delhi, radio… Read More

Be aware of the danger that lurks on social media

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The internet has its uses, but when it comes to sexual offences, it can be a potent adversary too. Priti Patnaik, who runs the non-governmental organisation Prerna, said technology —… Read More

Indian brothel owners get first life sentence for trafficking children

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Two Indian brothel owners have been jailed for life for the trafficking, rape and sexual abuse of children, an unprecedented sentence in a country where fewer than two in five… Read More

Nearly 40 traffickers jailed in southern India in rare success for prosecutors

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An Indian court has sentenced 39 people to 10 years in prison each for buying and selling girls in Karnataka state, signaling a rare victory for prosecutors in a country… Read More

India aims to give 500,000 trafficking survivors vocational training

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India will offer vocational training to almost half a million survivors of human trafficking under a program launched this week by President Ram Nath Kovind. The three-month course will evaluate… Read More

39 convicted for human trafficking in Karnataka’s Bellary district

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In a landmark decision, the District and Sessions Court in North Karnataka’s Bellary district sentenced 39 of the 87 accused, convicted for human trafficking, to 10 years of rigorous imprisonment.… Read More

Landmark Indian child bride verdict may curb traffickers

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A ruling by India’s top court criminalizing sex with underage brides could prevent thousands of girls being trafficked and sold on the pretext of marriage, campaigners said on Thursday. Speaking… Read More

Important study on trafficking and safety conducted along with BSF along Indo-Bangladesh border

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Justice and Care in partnership with the Border Security Force conducted a study to understand the nuances of trafficking hidden within illegal migration, assist the BSF in detection, and provide… Read More

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