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Modern Slavery Past, Present & Future: Can Young People Make a Difference?

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Join us on 5th February, 2019,  19:00 - 21:00, Houses of Parliament: register here!


    Date: 5th February, 2019 // Time: 19:00 - 21:00

    Location: Committee Room 14, Houses of Parliament.


    • The Wonder Foundation has been leading a youth empowerment project - SEE ME - for the last 6 months, which has been building awareness amongst young people of active citizenshipmodern slavery and human trafficking. In the UK, the Home Office has stated that there are roughly 13,000 people living as slaves, though they admit that the number is likely to be far higher due to the silent and hidden nature of this crime.
    • Young people, drawn from a range of backgrounds, have been learning from experts in modern slavery prevention and rehabilitation and developing their own ideas to protect those vulnerable to modern slavery or to improve support available to survivors. 
    • Our young people will be presenting their campaign ideas to a wide variety of MPs, MEPs, academics, young people and journalists on the 5th February at Parliament, with support from experts and survivors.


    • Young people aged 16-30 who would like to get involved in campaigns to tackle modern slavery
    • People with an interest in improving support to those vulnerable to trafficking or modern slavery survivors, and survivors themselves
    • Policy makers, practitioners, campaigners, academics, journalists 


    • If you would like to bring a group  please email Olivia Darby at
    • Individuals can register here.
    • Travel expenses may be available to young people aged 16-30 travelling 7miles+ . Please email to find out whether you are eligible.

    For more details on SEE-ME (Solidarity, Education, Engagement - Modern-Day Slavery in Europe), a project that is funded by Erasmus+, please visit our website.