Anti-Trafficking & Modern Slavery Workshops

Bradford Council are assisting in the running of two anti-slavery workshops coming up soon.  We have been asked to help raise awareness about them, in order to help spot any unethical or illegal activities.

Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Awareness Workshop

Date: Tuesday 5 December 2017 

Time: 0900-1200  &  1300-1600

Venue: Bradford City Football Club, Valley Parade, Bradford BD8 7DY

0900 – 1200

Recruitment and Slavery in Supply Chains

This session will cover forced labour, domestic servitude, responsible recruitment and spotting the signs of slavery in supply chains. This morning would be perfect for local businesses such as recruitment, construction, factories, landlords, to raise awareness of human trafficking and modern slavery, with specific reference to forced labour. This session will also educate attendees about supply chain accountability, and offer further assistance to larger companies in their compliance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

1300 – 1600

Human Trafficking and Slavery in the Night Time Economy 

This session will cover CSE, forced prostitution, criminal activity, and spotting the signs of slavery at community level. This afternoon session will be perfect for on-the-ground community businesses, especially night time businesses such as taxi firms, hotels, takeaways, nail bars, and the session will equip them in recognising suspicious activity, responding appropriately to potential vulnerable people and encourage them to report cases appropriately.

To book onto a session, please visit the Eventbrite booking page by clicking here, or similarly you can contact

The sessions will be run by the Bradford Anti-Trafficking and Modern Slavery Network, and are free.


Written on 24th November 2017Mike Cartwright. Published in Bradford Council, News