Tag: Modern Day Slavery


Action, Advocacy, Lobbying and Petitions

TAKE ACTION – Sign a Petition  https://sigbi.org/what-we-do/take-action-sign-a-petition Do you want to make a difference to Women and Girls around the World? Taking action by signing a petition can really make change happen.Petitions are a great way to get your views heard by … Continued



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


Where we meet

The Committee meets quarterly, normally in the centre of the country in Solihull at the Ramada Hotel. RAMADA BIRMINGHAM SOLIHULL The Square Solihull West Midlands B91 3RF, UK  Google Map: https://bit.ly/2zC8p4m The Ramada is a very short distance from Junction 5 of the M42. With extended … Continued



Modern Day Slavery and Human Trafficking Exploitation

Human Trafficking Foundation      Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group Survey: Multi-Agency Quality Assurance Panels As part of the NRM reforms announced in 2017, the Government committed to the establishment of Multi-Agency Quality Assurance panels to  “achieve quicker and more certain decision-making, … Continued


Resources

As part of the UKPAC remit we contribute, on your behalf, to a number of reports/inquiries. We also attend meetings of national bodies on matters of interest and importance to the organisation. Links will be provided to copies of these reports, … Continued


Partnerships

We continually work to forge partnerships with other Non-Government Organisations (NGOs), believing that by‘working together we can make a difference’. Partners The Prison Reform Trust (PRT) is an independent UK charity working to create a just, humane and effective penal system. … Continued