Womens Support Project

RCM Human Trafficking event

Date: Tuesday 6th November 2018

Location: New Lister Building, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, G31 2ER

Cost: £10pp (includes lunch & refreshments) Book: https://rcmhumantrafficking.eventbrite.co.uk

Human Trafficking is a form of modern day slavery. Trafficking involves the transportation of people in the UK in order to exploit them by the use of force, violence, deception, intimidation or coercion. This exploitation includes commercial, sexual and bonded labour. Trafficked people have little choice in what happens to them and often suffer abuse due to violence and threats made against them or their families. Human trafficking is a crime. With human trafficking on the increase, it is important that health and social care professionals are aware of the tell-tale signs and are ready to offer support and facilitate appropriate referrals.

This full day conference includes input from Police Scotland, leading Health Professionals and organisations working with victims of human trafficking.

The conference is for all health and social care practitioners and is supported by Royal College of Midwives and NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde.

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