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Training to Help Identify Forced Labour: A Workshop

  • Law Centre NI 124 Donegall Street Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT1 2GY United Kingdom (map)

Free

Registration Required: RSVP margaret.reid@lawcentreni.org


ECHR Article 4 prohibits slavery and forced labour. But what is forced labour?  Does it really happen in N. Ireland? Is it the same as human trafficking? Who are the victims and what happens to them? Is there anything we can do to help? 

With support from Belfast City Council, the Law Centre has created a training resource that can be used by community organisations to inform their members about forced labour and exploitation.   

This training resource will equip the attendee with all the information they need to deliver the training in their own setting/community/group. 

The training resource includes a range of different materials. Ultimately, it is designed to give people the tools to recognise the signs of forced labour and exploitation and to know how to get help. 

Increased awareness is an essential component of the fight against forced labour. Join our interactive workshop, meet our specialist employment advisers and be inspired to use our training resource wherever you can!


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