Anti-Slavery Day

IOM Hosts Conference on Modern Slavery for Sussex and Surrey Local Authorities

To mark the UK’s Anti-Slavery Day in October 2016, IOM in collaboration with the South East Strategic Partnership for Migration (SESPM) hosted a half day, CPD accredited conference on modern slavery for the Surrey, East Sussex and West Sussex local authorities. 

Abuse, Exploitation and Trafficking: IOM reveals data on the scale of the danger and risks that migrants face on the Mediterranean routes to Europe

October 18, 2016 - On 18 October, Anti-Slavery Day 2016, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) recognises that human trafficking and modern slavery knows no borders – victims and survivors everywhere must be identified and protected, and traffickers stopped. Migrants are particularly at risk, as IOM data and analysis shows.

Event: Trafficking and Exploitation on the Mediterranean Migrant Routes, 11 October, London

October 4, 2016 - Alarming reports of human trafficking and exploitation along the Eastern and Central Mediterranean migrant routes are the object of further analysis and study by the British Red Cross (BRC) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM), to be presented at an event on 11 October, to provide the wider counter-trafficking and modern slavery community with up to date and relevant information on trafficking concerns in Europe.