The Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking exists in order to facilitate a multi-agency, cross departmental and inter university research effort to respond to the multiple challenges of Human Trafficking in all its global and local realizations.
Cambridge Counter Trafficking Summer School and Senior Symposium
July 17th – 21st Symposium 2017
(July 23rd – 26th Research Methods and Concerns 2017)
@ St Catharine’s College, University of Cambridge
Children in Forced Migration and Human Trafficking Risk
Following on the success of the inaugural Symposium last year, and working towards the #2020MDSVision this year the CCARHT Symposium focusses on the challenges confronting Nation States, and Children’s Rights advocates on the treatment of Children in forced migration, and in the multiple vulnerabilities of Human Trafficking.
Lecturers this year include:
Nazir Afzhal OBE
Chief Executive of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners
Independent Child Migration Consultant. Author of multiple UN, EU reports on Children’s Rights and Protection. Former Director of Anti Slavery International.
Professor Nair Professor at TISS, the Tata Institute of Social Sciences Mumbai, India.
Dr Sara Silvestri Senior Lecturer Department of International Politics, City University of London
Glynn Rankin Lecturer at Liverpool University, former joint Director of the UK Human Trafficking Centre and Crown Prosecuting Service
Dr Sarah Steele CCARHT Research fellow and specialist in Public Health Impacts and Human Trafficking BiFellow Jesus College University of Cambridge
International Organization for Migration (UN Migration Agency) Khartoum, Sudan
Michael McHugh Youth Refugee Service volunteer working in Calais
More Lecturers being confirmed in Cyber impacts, combatting Sexual Exploitation, Child Soldiers, Child (trafficked) labour in Cash Crop production, Unaccompanied Minors across Europe, Development and Social Protection, Best practice guidelines for Child Safeguarding, the Psychological impacts of Migratory journeys and exploitation, Including survivors in the Research process, vulnerabilities and capabilities of Faith Based Organisations.
‘Unforgettable and unmissable – this week set me up for the NGO project work I am now heading up – thank you so much everyone involved for a great week.’
2016 Delegate from London
On these pages you will be able to
- Explore in greater detail a range of resources available for understanding Human Trafficking as it is being practiced today
- Lock in with other practitioners and academics who are investigating and through enhanced understanding developing tools to challenge the multiple pathways which Human Trafficking undermines our societies and the lives of those who are trafficked
- Follow news gleaned from across the world on the latest developments emerging from our range of associated centres, academics and practioners
- Connect with our network on face book, linked-in and twitter
- Submit your academy’s resources or publications for review and hosting
- Discover a range of conferences, events and webinars which are available to enhance your own and your organisation’s understanding about Human Trafficking and emerging best practice in response
- Become part of a growing network of those who are informed and able to raise responsibly their national response to Human Trafficking in the context of an international community of expertise.Are you a professional, academic or NGO practitioner working on countering Human Trafficking ? why not connect with our LINKED-in NETWORK on