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Hope for Justice Lecture
On the 28th February 2017 the sixth form received a moving lecture from Joy Liddle and Anne Jackson who educated us on both the signs and dangers of human trafficking.
The lecture was incredibly enlightening and opened the eyes of the students to the shocking world of the illegal movement of people, forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation.
Joy and Anne came from an organization called Hope for Justice who have rescued hundreds of people from human trafficking, including babies younger than one year old and adults up to the age of 63.
They educated us on the different aspects of modern day slavery and everyone was left reeling from the outrageous statistics.
We would like to thank both Joy and Anne for talking to us and sharing their experiences and knowledge of the organized crime that is human trafficking as everyone found it extremely educational whilst also finding it remarkably poignant.
To contact Hope for Justice call: 0845 519 7402 or visit www.hopeforjustice.org