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The Slaves Next Door

Andrew Wallis, CEO is one of four speakers at this free event looking at how to fight human trafficking in London and beyond. All are welcome.

6:30pm Wednesday 15th July 2015

St. James's Church, Piccadilly.

For more information please click here.

Vision for the Vulnerable

Beloved, One25, Spring of Hope, and Unseen are working together to host this event for current and aspiring church leaders, small group leaders, ministry leaders and Christians working with vulnerable women in Bristol.

For more information about the event and how to get involved please click here.

Launch of the Trafficking Survivor Care Standards

The Human Trafficking Foundation today announced the official public launch of the ‘Trafficking Survivor Care Standards’. The standards aim to provide a blueprint for UK-wide service providers offering high quality care to adult survivors of modern slavery, including trafficking.

For more information and to see Unseen's press release please click here.

OBE for Unseen's CEO

The work of Unseen’s CEO, Andrew Wallis, has been recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours list and receives an OBE for his services in helping to eradicate human trafficking and modern slavery.

Andrew says: “I am both humbled and delighted to receive this honour. It has been an important year in the fight against modern slavery and I hope the new Modern Slavery Act will be a strong foundation that we can build on, not only in supporting survivors but prosecuting the criminals that deny victims their basic human rights.

“But I would also like to pay tribute to all the staff at Unseen who work tirelessly to support survivors to help them to become resilient members of society again.”

Royal Society of Medicine Human Trafficking Conference

The Royal Society of Medicine is hosting a meeting on human trafficking. The meeting aims to inform participants about human trafficking and caring for survivors of human trafficking within healthcare settings. 

For more information please click here.  


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