UKPAC news


Anti Slavery Partnership Toolkit

Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner & University of Nottingham: Partnership Toolkit The Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner’s office and the Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham have launched an online Anti-Slavery Partnership Toolkit to help local organisations and agencies work better together to tackle … Continued


UKPAC meeting 10 November 2018

An interesting UKPAC meeting 10 November 2018 Ramada Hotel Solihull Birmingham with new Chair Liz Dominey.  Federation President Sue Williams informed us of her theme ‘Think on it’ raising awareness of mental health. Lots of plans to move forward tackling … Continued



Letters to/from Ministry of Justice

In July the UKPAC wrote to the Ministry of Justice about the recently published Female Offender Strategy. Concern was expressed about the level of investment which was felt to be insufficient to ensure successful implementation. The response fro the MoJ … Continued


After the Ball – Study Day 2018

After the Ball – Study Day 2018 A round up of thoughts and comments on the day. The latest UKPAC Study Day in Belfast is now over, and comments on the day are very positive – it was “an excellent day”. … Continued


Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Report

The full results of the slavery survey and how the information gleaned will help address the problems of slavery and trafficking across the UK was one of the main features of the Study day in Belfast. The printed version of … Continued


Congratulations to SI Bournemouth

We are delighted at SI Bournemouth’s news about their Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service for their STEM Challenge for Girls. The unique UK national honour was created by Her Majesty to mark the Golden Jubilee in 2002 and to recognise … Continued


March 2018 Newsletter

March 2018 newsletter available to download


UKPAC Vacancy – Website and Communications Officer

In October 2018 the UKPAC’s present Website and Communications Officer comes to the end of her term of office (minimum two – maximum four years) and the Committee is looking for someone, able to start immediately, to shadow the present … Continued