In this editionModern Slavery In The UK
Why Nigerian Children are Used As Domestic Slaves
Putting An End to “Omo-Odo” (Domestic Slavery)
Meet AFRUCA’s Anti-Slavery Ambassadors
AFRUCA Anti-Modern Slavery Campaign
Many more articles of interest.
AFRUCA Press Release
“MANCHESTER AGAINST MODERN SLAVERY” - NEW AFRUCA PROJECT TO RAISE AWARENESS OF MODERN SLAVERY IN MANCHESTER CITY LAUNCHED
AFRUCA has received a new grant from Manchester City Council to help raise awareness of Modern Slavery in the city. Tagged “Manchester Against Modern Slavery”, the aim is to help prevent and disrupt Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking across Manchester. This one year project will be conducted as part of efforts by Manchester City Council to address the growing incidence of Modern Slavery in the city.
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Child Protection Manuals
AFRUCA publishes training manuals on Child Protection in both English and French.
Safeguarding African Children
AFRUCA has produced the “Safeguarding African Children in the UK” series of publications to highlight different safeguarding issues and to assist members of the African community in the UK to know more about different forms of child abuse and how to identify the signs so children can be safe and be better protected.
AFRUCA Research Series – Voices of the Community
AFRUCA has developed a new research programme to explore key safeguarding issues in African communities in the UK. We aim to create a body of knowledge to help inform policy and practice on safeguarding issues. It is our hope that many of the community projects developed can be further investigated through in-depth academic research.
Today marks the day set aside to celebrate the rise of Africa. On the 25th of May 1963, The Organisation of African Unity (OAU) was set up to help promote the welfare of Africans, push for reforms to support the growth of African countries, many of whom were at the time gaining independence from decades of colonialism, preceded by the massive plundering and slave-trading of African people which occurred from the 16th century towards the end of the 19th century. OAU was later renamed the African Union to further entrench the spirit of brotherhood and partnership among African countries.
AFRUCA offers a therapeutic service for African children, young people and families who have survived or have been at risk of undergoing FGM and Human Trafficking.