The case against “scientific age assessments”

We know that the current age assessment processes aren’t perfect. Every year children are incorrectly classed as adults due to the complexities involved in assessing a young person’s age. There is no accurate way of knowing, but the immediate and long-term impacts of this on children who are assessed as adults can be devastating. They …

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Open letter regarding use of hotels for separated children

We are proud to stand with 28 other organisations in signing this open letter to more than 50 Members of Parliament, Lords and Independent Child leads..  We all have a responsibility to protect children. We have a responsibility to ensure that they are safe and that their welfare is placed at the forefront of all …

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Love146 UK – Written evidence to the JCHR

Following a call for evidence regarding proposals in the Nationality and Borders Bill from the Joint Committee on Human Rights Love146 (UK) submitted written evidence regarding the risks posed to children, in particular child trafficking survivors. These risks are widespread, and include the undermining of existing child protection legislation and the placing of child trafficking …

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The Big Give is coming, find out more about it here.

Christmas can be a tough time for many people, and if we have learned anything from recent global events, it is the importance of family, friends and connections. That’s why for this year’s Big Give Christmas Challenge we are focusing on ensuring that we can give what we can  to the child trafficking survivors we …

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Connecting for Christmas with the Big Give

COUNTDOWN TO BIG GIVE – MIDDAY NOVEMBER 7TH DAYS HOURS MINUTES SECONDS 00Days 00Hours 00Minutes 00Seconds As we approach Christmas many of us think of spending time with our friends and family. Perhaps we are thinking about the year to come and what 2022 may bring for us. It’s a time when we can enjoy …

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Introducing our new Business Ambassador – Geoff Hudson-Searle

We are delighted to announce Geoff Hudson-Searle as Love146 UK’s first Business Ambassador. This is an exciting and important new role which will help further ensure that awareness of child trafficking, and the needs of survivors, is raised to an even wider audience, and we are thrilled that Geoff has accepted the position. Along with …

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Anti-slavery day 2021

Let’s start with the big point first, slavery isn’t something which happens “over there”. It’s something which happens right here on your doorstep, and it is happening right now. “Modern Slavery” is a broad term, to say the least. It encompasses many different things, and among them the government lists child trafficking, for obvious reasons. …

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Hotels aren’t homes

Hotels aren’t homes. That shouldn’t really need saying to be honest. We all know that they aren’t. A home might not be the stereotypical two up, two down, white picket fence and smoke curling from the chimney child’s drawing, but it definitely isn’t a room in hotel.  We know the argument that “at least they …

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Running for Love

After an uncertain year fundraising events are back and we can start raising vital funds through community events, and get running for love. So this Saturday 10th July 2021, we have a fantastic team of five supporters who are running the Race to the Stones, a 100km ultramarathon!.  The Threshold Trail Series will be taking …

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The Journey of a Carer for a Trafficked Child

Our Love146 carers are individuals from all walks of life, culturally, and demographically. But what connects them is an open mind, and their willingness to accept the challenges ahead. Whatever that means in their journey as a carer to a trafficked child. When a child or young person comes into our care, they have experienced …

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