Study Day 2017
Wolston Leisure Centre. 9.30 for 10.00am start. Hosted by SI Solihull and District.
Study Day 2016
Details to follow…
Study Day 2015 – Stop Human Trafficking
is the topic of the Regional Study Day to be held on 19th September 2015 at Chesford Grange Hotel, Kenilworth. Keynote speakers:
- West Midlands Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner
- Enforcement Officer for the Gangmasters Licensing Authority
- Director of the Research Centre for Communities and Social Justice, University of Coventry
- Speakers from two MAR clubs who will talk about the Purple Teardrop Campaign and the Taxi Sticker Campaign.
Soroptimists worldwide are working together to highlight and eliminate the illegal trade and exploitation of human beings. Human Trafficking is second only to drug dealing as the most profitable area of global crime. It includes Forced Labour; Sexual Exploitation; Forced criminality (theft/begging); Child Exploitation (anyone under 18); and Organ Harvesting. Clubs in the Region are working independently and together on anti-trafficking campaigns.