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human trafficking

Human Trafficking

Ann Hamilton

Human Trafficking Foundation

what is trafficking

Recruitment, transportation, transferring, harboring or receipt of person

Means of threat, use of force, deception, coercion etc

Purpose or act of exploitation including sexual exploitation, forced labour, slavery and slavery like practices

What is trafficking?

Glasgow ‘sauna’ website (2001)

  • Established in 1967
  • The top parlour in Glasgow
  • Security and peace of mind are critical
  • which is why every member of staff is bonded
  • 35 ladies at any given time, ensuring you a fabulous variety from day to day
  • Choose from Spanish, Italian, Thai, black, white, Russian plus lots, lots more!
a scottish time line
A Scottish time line
  • 1998 Glasgow City Council inquiry street prostitution
  • 1999 Glasgow multi agency policy and establishment of formal Routes partnership
  • 2001 review of indoor prostitution
  • 2003 establishment of Glasgow Inter agency group on trafficking
  • 2004 funding secured from Scottish Government for post
  • 2005 TARA established with secondment from GCC SWS
  • 2006 Joint event GCC/Save the Children
  • 2007 GCC SWS undertake review of cases and establish CPC Sub group on trafficking
  • 2008 TARA extended to 5 full time staff and bank of sessional staff
rest of story
Rest of story
  • 2008-10 UK NGO Stakeholder group
  • 2009 Convention ratified and NRM established
  • 2009 Migrant Help negotiate to support other victims of trafficking
  • 2009 UK Strategic oversight group
  • 2009 ATMG established and 1st report published
  • 2010 Coalition UK Government formed
  • 2010 UK Government go out to tender through MOJ for trafficking support service
  • 2011 Salvation Army take over MOJ contract from Poppy and some other adhoc providers
  • 2011 Scottish EHRC report published
  • 2012 UKHTC oversight group set up
  • GRETA report published
  • 2012 UK Joint strategy group established – wayhay!
devolved assemblies parliaments
Devolved assemblies/parliaments
  • Northern Ireland
  • Wales
  • Scotland
  • Lack of joined up approach
  • Lack of understanding re devolution and issues of human trafficking
  • Opportunities
htf working groups
HTF working groups
  • 2 working groups tackling issues identified by NGO partners
  • Creating a space for dialogue and sharing across a divided sector
  • TARA, BAWSO, Unseen, Poppy, Salvation Army, City Hearts, Ashiana, Helen Bamber Foundation, Counter Trafficking Bureau, Housing for Women, NI Law centre, HERA, Gloucester Domestic Abuse Service, William Wilberforce Trust, ECPAT UK (Bath Trauma recovery centre, NI Women’s Aid, Ruhama)
  • Taking forward key issues – standards and good practice in follow on support
  • Setting national standards, supporting the sector, improving support for victims, influencing policy makers
ann hamilton
Ann Hamilton

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