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Human Trafficking: The Action Plan

Panel Discussion about the issue of women being trafficked into the sex industry.

In the bicentenary year of the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade, human trafficking still remains an issue in the UK, where women can be bought for as little as £3,000. Chaired by Newsnight presenter Martha Kearney, this event explores the Government’s Action Plan tackling human trafficking with an emphasis on sexual exploitation. A panel of experts including Kate Allen, Director of Amnesty UK and Detective Chief Superintendent Nick Kinsella, Director of the new Human Trafficking Centre join the Under Secretary of State responsible for trafficking policy, Vernon Coaker. What should we do to protect human rights, support victims and reduce demand?
Human Trafficking: The Action Plan is organised with the John Grieve Centre for Community Policing.


Kate Allen | talks
Nick Kinsella | talks
Martha Kearney | talks
Vernon Coaker | talks


Date and Time:

7 March 2007 at 6:30 pm





The Graduate Centre
London Metropolitan Univeristy
116-200 Holloway Road
N7 8DB

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The Women's Library
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London Metropolitan University
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