Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking workshops

24th November 2020

The Norfolk Anti-Slavery Network are running two sessions in December:

  • First Responder Training (organisations that are not FRs can still attend)
    Thursday, 10th December 2020 @ 9am-12pm via Microsoft Teams
    Amber Cagney, Development Manager for West Midlands Anti-Slavery Network, will be providing training on the rights and entitlements of survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking and the National Referral Mechanism (this will include the Home Office based Tier 3 First Responder training). Amber will run through the NRM document and share best practice on how to explain the NRM to a potential victim.
  • Survivor Care Pathway Workshop: A workshop that will help us map out a Victim Care Pathway in Norfolk and a training session on the NRM/role of the First Responder.
    Wednesday, 16th December 2020 @ 2-5pm via Microsoft Teams
    Robin Brierley, Executive Director West Midlands Anti-Slavery Network and Amber Cagney, Development Manager for West Midlands Anti-Slavery Network, will run a workshop that will help map out a Victim Care Pathway in Norfolk. Using case studies from Norfolk and other parts of the UK, we will work through scenarios together and explore how we can best respond to situations of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (MSHT). By the end of the session, partners should know not only how to respond to potential cases of MSHT, but also know who else to involve to make sure people affected get the comprehensive support they need. This session will highlight why caring for survivors of MSHT necessitates a multi-agency response. We are really pleased that Norfolk’s PCC Lorne Green will be giving opening remarks at this workshop.

If you or any of your staff are interested in attending, please contact RosieWatt@redcross.org.uk to receive a MicroSoft Teams invite.

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