A national one-day practitioner conference
24 April 2013, 10.00 – 16.00
London School of Economics, New Academic Building
This one-day national event will bring together over 200 stakeholders to learn more about local and national priorities for supporting victims of human trafficking and see how multi-agency working is at the heart of the UK's strategy to tackle trafficking. The conference will help shape the future of anti-human trafficking support in the UK and will provide a timely and essential forum to help move this important work forward.
The day will provide a unique arena for practitioners involved in supporting victims of Human Trafficking to come together to talk about their current obligations and experiences, showcase examples of best practice, build new relationships and nurture multi-agency collaboration. In July 2011, The Salvation Army was appointed by the Ministry of Justice to manage the delivery of support services to adult victims of Human Trafficking. This conference will offer practitioners the opportunity to learn more about this service and how they can better meet their obligations by accessing the support, tools and guidance that has consequently been made available.
The conference will focus on the role of local authorities in supporting victims of human trafficking. Other key stakeholder groups will be represented to provide a multi-agency platform for discussion encouraging a joined-up approach to anti-trafficking work.
This unique one-day conference will provide you with information on how best to support adult victims, and will:
The conference will offer a mixture of keynote addresses, lively panel discussions, activity sessions, networking opportunities and the chance to visit surgeries and information stands to learn more about the various organisations involved in supporting victims of human trafficking to support you in your role.