Out Of Hours Support for Vulnerable Trafficked Children

Being a parent or a guardian is not a nine to five job. Especially, when you’re a carer giving out of hours support to vulnerable trafficked young people. Young trafficked survivors, like many children can require and need help 24/7, especially throughout lockdown. As recent shocking reports will tell you, the risk to young people’s …

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Making the Difference | A Support Worker for Vulnerable Young People

When you think about the role of a support worker you may imagine the carer helping a young person to find a place of safety, to budget and to navigate their way around a new city. It is all those things and more. We are working in the complex and challenging area of child trafficking, …

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How Purposeful Business Leaders Can Help Fight Child Trafficking?

Charities and businesses are coming together, throughout this challenging year. Adapting and creating positive ways to support each other. As the ‘new normal’ has yet to be fully understood, one certainty is that we must continue to work together, strengthening our new networks across organisations and working with ‘Purposeful Business Leaders’. …And businesses and Purposeful Business Leaders …

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Trafficking and Smuggling | Understanding the difference

So what really is the difference between trafficking and smuggling? And how can you tell? Yes, trafficking and smuggling are similar as they both involve the movement of people and are organised criminal activities. But we must be careful to not conflate the two. As this can have great consequences for the vulnerable and exploited, …

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The Asylum Seeking Process for Young Trafficked Survivors

If a young trafficked survivors’ life with their trafficker seems better than life back home, often the young people in our care cannot see it as exploitation. If they have a roof over their head and meals every day, for them this is good. This is what makes the threat of re-exploitation such a present …

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Carers Through the Crisis | Survivor Care

Well before the COVID19 crisis, we could see that there were identifiable gaps in care where vulnerable young people are being consistently under-served, therefore as social workers, carers and as a charity we must continue our focus on advocacy, sustainable solutions and importantly, survivor care for young trafficked people. As we move through these times …

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