This one-day conference is for front line practitioners (police; social workers; lawyers, health workers), policy officers and academics interested in better understanding the causes and consequences of trafficking for children and young people. The conference will aim to explore the development of holistic integrated interdisciplinary approaches to finding durable solutions for trafficked young people, increasing their protection in the present and for the future. It is being organised by the Baobab Centre for Young Survivors in Exile, the Children’s Society, ECPAT UK and the Helen Bamber Foundation, together with MiCLU.

For more details and to register: Exploring the Causes and Consequences of Modern Child Slavery