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1 Life, 1 Voice: Tackling modern slavery

by Michael Ford last modified 11 Sep, 2021 02:04 AM

There are only 5 weeks to go before the #1Life1Voice Stop Modern Slavery project gets under way in this Diocese, and details of guest speakers are being released.

School Improvement Adviser Debbie Heritage says:

“We have some amazing national and regional guest speakers who will be sharing their own experience, understanding and impact of modern slavery on our most vulnerable young people and adults. 

“All sessions are virtual and free to attend. Please just click on the link at the allocated time to attend.

“And save the dates 15th October – 25th October.”

Shayne Tyler
Sunday 17th October, 5.30pm – 6.30pm

Shayne says:

“The session will raise awareness of the prevalence of exploitation, it will further raise awareness of the increasing risks in society and explain how the exploitation model happens in practice. I will personally share my stories and what is happening in the labour market.

“We will then look at what we can see and how we can deal with the challenges and open eyes to debunk some of the myths. I will give practical and effective tips of what people can DO!

“The main aim by the end of the session is to enable people to realise what they can see and what they can do. There will be time to support, answer or redirect any questions the delegates may have.”

Click here for the Zoom link.

Detective Chief Inspector Phil Walker
Monday 18th October 2pm – 4pm

Debbie says:

“Phil will be talking about the signs and indicators of Slavery and Trafficking, how to spot them and how we can work together to support victims and tackle perpetrators. Phil will also provide an oversight of the current threat of Slavery and Trafficking in Wiltshire and how Wiltshire Police are set up to tackle this.”

Click here for the TEAMS link.

Information regarding the guest speakers can be found here.

Please email Debbie Heritage if you would like further information about this project.

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