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    Workshop Conference on The Aviation & Hospitality Sectors response to Countering Modern Slavery

    Ann Mara, Education Co-ordinator, and JP O’ Sullivan, Research & Communications Co-ordinator, were invited by The Welsh Government to join a conference at The Principality Stadium, Cardiff, to explore the response of The Aviation and Hospitality Industries to modern day slavery, human trafficking and child sexual exploitation in The United Kingdom, on April 18th. Ann and JP were joined by Anthony Joseph of PREM Group, one of MECPATHS’ greatest industry advocates.

    Joining a list of delegates from NGO’s, Government, Industry Leaders and Change Makers, the conference offered a clear and insightful overview of the rapid responses in place across The UK to keep people safe. A valuable and a great learning opportunity to meet with those who share our MECPATHS passion to deliver change.

    Sincere thanks to Stephen Chapman, Anti-Slavery Co-ordinator for The Welsh Government for his generosity of support and to the other delegates who have kindly expressed their support for MECPATHS and our future efforts to change the landscape for children trapped in worlds of trafficking.

    To read more about the event and to explore the days proceedings, please click here Workshop 2018 Cardiff draft agenda (3)

    JP OSullivan

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