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Supporting Vulnerable Refugees and Victims of Human Trafficking, Modern Slavery, Forced Marriage, Honour Based Violence or Domestic Abuse.
Dame Sara Thornton DBE QPM, the UK’s Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, has joined the University of Nottingham’s Rights Lab @rightsbeacon as Professor of Practice in Modern Slavery Policy.
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Glad to be working with the fantastic @UnseenUK @Hopeforjustice @Anti_Slavery @migranthelp @_hopeathome_ @PalmCoveSociety @ellascharity @MedailleTrust @CityHearts @Hestia1970 @chabdai and @SalvArmyIHQ in this. Together we want to ensure justice is given its chance to be done.
“I would like to thank you all for the opportunity and the fantastic experience. You are a great team, actually the Best.
I will miss you all.”
My name is Ms S, I am a woman from Uganda. I arrived in the UK on a Spouse Visa. I was very happy to join my husband in the UK after a period of living apart.
Not long after my arrival my husband beg… Read more
May I first thank Palm Cove Society and both the staff members that I spoke to for your help and support in relation to my client. Working within the Adult Protection Unit your society is greatly appr… Read more
by HALLIKI VOOLMA a Phd Researcher, 4 December 2013:
A Bradford University Student on placement at Palm Cove Society has been offered the opportunity to work with us during her 2015 summer break. She wrote:
“Hi Yvonne and Gerard. Just emailing you bot… Read more
Being granted refugee status might mean all our problems are behind us, but on the contrary, problems just start. From my own experience, I can declare that the life of a refugee is difficult, especia… Read more