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This week at the Northern Ireland Assembly, a new All Party Group on Modern Slavery was officially launched, with CARE providing the secretariat.
The Government has promised that from 1 January, all confirmed victims of modern slavery from EU countries will be automatically considered for Discretionary Leave to Remain.
Over recent week, CARE has been working with Peers and MPs on amendments to the Immigration and Social Security Bill. We have concerns about the impact of the bill on confirmed victims…
The Sunday Times published a letter from a coalition of anti-trafficking charities, signed by CEO's and CARE's Nola Leach was among them.
Boris Johnson has promised to respect and uphold the rights of human trafficking victims.
Yesterday in the House of Lords, Peers voted 312-211 in favour of Lord McColl’s amendment which aims to safeguard the rights of victims in a post-Brexit Britain.
Human trafficking is one of the greatest violations of human dignity. We are fighting for effective laws that will help victims get better support.Find out more about the cause