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Exploring Vulnerabilities of BME LGBTQ Community to Human Trafficking

Online

Over the years there has been increasing challenges in the narratives of Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) Lesbian, Gay Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) people who might have experienced human trafficking on the grounds of their perceived sexual orientation and gender identity. We believe to some extent that these could also include some level of […]

Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking of Africans; When will it stop?

Online

An expert dialogue on policies, implementations and the dynamics of modern slavery and human across Africa. As the world commemorates International Anti Slavery Day, The UK BME Anti Slavery Network (BASNET) will hold this Policy Diplomatic Dialogue to bring together government representatives from the African Union, North Africa (Ethiopia),East Africa (Kenya) and West Africa (Nigeria […]

Exploring Vulnerabilities of BME LGBTQ Community to Human Trafficking

Online

Over the years there have been increasing challenges in the narratives of Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) Lesbian, Gay Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) people who might have experienced human trafficking on the grounds of their perceived sexual orientation and gender identity. We believe to some extent that these could also include some level of […]

Home-grown slavery: A focus on BME migrant labour exploitation in UK

Online

"Human Trafficking and labour exploitation is at a record high following the aftermath of Brexit and COVID 19 pandemic. These have ushered in new trends especially in migrant labour exploitation within UK. In 2020, the TUC reported a scandal in Leicester which revealed that a raft of reforms are needed to protect vulnerable workers especially […]

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Race and ethnicity in the modern slavery research field

The Exchange 75 London Rd, Twickenham

"This face to face event is for people interested in modern slavery and human trafficking research and who want to increase ethnic diversity in the field. You may work as a current researcher, in an organisation that funds research or in a community or survivor organisation that wants to do research and evaluation. The event […]