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Celebrating Anti-Slavery Day: AFRUCA goes to Parliament

Celebrating Anti-Slavery Day: AFRUCA goes to Parliament

Nigeria is the fourth largest source of human trafficking to the UK, and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) estimates that around 80 per cent of girls arriving to Europe from Nigeria through irregular migration are potential victims of trafficking. In July 2016, UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced that £5 million from the UK’s Modern Slavery Fund would be allocated to building the capacity of Nigerian law enforcement to prevent trafficking and provide protection for survivors. In September 2017, a further £7 million support was announced to help tackle the root causes of trafficking from Nigeria to Europe....Read More

The US State Department Trafficking In Persons Report 2017: Focus on Africa.

The US State Department Trafficking In Persons Report 2017: Focus on Africa.

More Work needs to be done to tackle FGM, says AFRUCA

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AFRUCA Celebrates Anti-Slavery Day, Calls for Support for Victims

AFRUCA Celebrates Anti-Slavery Day, Calls for Support for Victims

US Trafficking in Persons Report 2015: Nigerian Children at High Risk of Trafficking to the UK

US Trafficking in Persons Report 2015: Nigerian Children at High Risk of Trafficking to the UK

AFRUCA’S LANDMARK CONFERENCE ON SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN IN NIGERIA 2014

AFRUCA’S LANDMARK CONFERENCE ON SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN IN NIGERIA 2014

Diane Abbott MP gave a heart warming speech as we tossed and stewed over the very social issues affecting Africans in the Diaspora....Read More

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