Roundtable discussion on Sports Trafficking, 14 June 2022
CPA UK organised a physical roundtable on Sport Trafficking for UK parliamentarians, businesses, academics, lawyers, sporting organisations and NGOs. The objective was to increase knowledge on sport trafficking and learn from successful initiatives and actions taken by stakeholders ahead of mega sporting events, encouraging collaboration and corporation to address the issue. The roundtable saw speakers from the Commonwealth Games Federation, Marshalls Plc, Loughborough University, Mission 89 and FIFA, discussing the impactful actions they have taken to tackle sports trafficking ahead of the Birmingham Commonwealth Games. Read the report here.
Assessing the impact of Modern Slavery legislation and increased awareness in Parliament through CPA UK, 21 March 2022
The CPA UK Modern Slavery project, which ran from 2016 to 2020, was assessed by Dr. Rose Broad from The University of Manchester. The research aimed to access the impact of the project on networking and collaboration, policy development and awareness raising and expanding knowledge. Read the report here.
Actions to prevent human trafficking through sport: Workshop to build capacity and techniques, 22-24 February 2022
CPA UK in partnership with Mission 89 brought together an average of 138 Parliamentarians, Border Officials and High Commissioners from 22 countries, for a three-day workshop on trafficking through sport ahead of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Read the report here.
Virtual Caribbean Regional Workshop on Human Trafficking, Forced Labour and other Contemporary Forms of Exploitation, 2-3 February 2021
CPA UK brought together parliamentarians and officials from across the UK and Caribbean to increase awareness and build networks in response to the global challenge of human trafficking and forced labour. Read the report here.
Virtual International Conference: Assisting and Protecting Survivors of Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking and Forced Labour, 15-16 September 2020
From 15 – 16 September 2020, CPA UK – in partnership with the Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre (Modern Slavery PEC) – organised a two-day virtual conference on Assisting and Protecting Survivors of Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking and Forced Labour. Read more here.