Newsletters

Modern 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.

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AFRUCA Special Edition 2016 focuses on the AFRUCA Children’s Champions project as a whole. It was initiated in April 2013 with the funding from the Department for Education (DFE).

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Parenting is not an easy task. Most parents want the best for their children and work hard to bring them up and improve their life chances. Some parents require support to perform this role effectively especially when they are newly migrated to another country like the UK with different values, beliefs, culture and laws than the ones they are used to. We look at some of the difficulties parents face raising children here in the UK and provide some tips on positive parenting.

The 3rd edition of our Newsletter for the year focuses on our Summit on African families in London taking place on 12 October 2013. With an increasing number of Africans migrating into the UK, there is no better time to organise and discuss pressing issues affecting African families across the capital. We explore why AFRUCA is holding this important event.

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This edition focuses on our ‘7 Days activism against human trafficking’ being held to commemorate AFRUCA’s 12 year anniversary. Since inception, AFRUCA has been campaigning against trafficking and has provided direct support to over 260 young victims of human trafficking