We are building an international network of reach and expertise across Universities, Criminal Justice Agencies, Third Sector support networks, Awareness raising projects, women’s and human rights campaigners, Public Service and Safety providers, and Corporate Social Responsibility arms of Private Enterprise.
If your organisation would like to be part of this growing network of expertise and talent do be in touch with us and let us know what you have been undertaking and where you would like to progress with your work in building global resilience to this appalling crime against humanity on the following contact form.
CCARHT’s Cambridge based team is headed by Dr Carrie Pemberton Ford who has worked in the area of human trafficking prevention and protection as a researcher, educator and protection service practitioner for the last decade.
Dr Pemberton Ford has contributed widely as a speaker, researcher and trafficking expert to National and International conferences, symposia, workshops and research programmes, and been consulted on capacity building, strategic management of trafficking responses for policing and third sector responses, supplied briefings, resources and training for practitioners, governance support and academics from inter alia:
Baltic Government Counter Trafficking Task force,
University of the Free State South Africa
Nordic Council of Ministers St Petersburg Office Counter Trafficking and HIV awareness
the London School of Economics
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Victim & Witness Unit: Delivering for victims and witnesses UK Ministry of Justice
The United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre (founding board member and Chair of Research and Education stream )
Australian Government Criminology Institute
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs UK
The UK ACPO Vice Conference
Churches Against Trafficking in Europe (Interdenominational initiative)
The Church of Scotland’s initiative on trafficking
The UK Women’s National Commission (UK Women’s National Commissioner in 2004-2006)
Loughborough University – Department of Social Sciences
University of Lancaster : Religion and Society Programme
University of Kent Religion, Migration and Society consultation
London Metropolitan Police SCD9
Senior Women in Policing UK
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (briefing)
Medaille Trust (Housing Charity for survivors of trafficking)
Albanian (Protestant and Reformed) Churches and Civil Society
Women’s Consortium of Nigeria (WOCON) partnered with the Advocacy Project Washington USA
The Salvation Army : International Women’s desk and UK counter trafficking initiatives
The Italian Conference of Women Religious
The Romanian Orthodox Churches initiative against Trafficking
The European Women’s Lobby
The UN Rapporteur on Human Trafficking
The UN Gift Conference Vienna 2007-2008
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Immigration Departments.
Temple Emanu-El-Beth Sholom Montreal Safe Housing for Victims of Trafficking initiative 2009
The Sexual Violence Centre in Cork
Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin, Save the Children UK
London Mayor’s Office Human Trafficking and London 2012 Network
Dr Pemberton Ford’s publications include
London 2012 and Sporting Mega Events – Trafficking risks, social impact and cultural legacy – a background report commissioned by the Legatum Institute on the Olympics and sporting international events and trafficking implications which recommends new strategies to mitigate against trafficking impacts of international sports events.
Seven things you should know about Sports Mega events and Human Trafficking – (forthcoming 2012 in Press)
Not for Sale : Raising Awareness Ending Exploitation (Inspire Publications 2007)
The Real Scandal of Sex Trafficking Berry and Pemberton (Mayhew 2008)
White slavery and the trafficking of women today: continuities and discontinuities with Butler’s vision, methods and global realities. Beating the Traffic: Josephine Butler and Anglican Social Action Today. Ed A Milbank 2007 George Mann Publications.
For God’s sake not for sale, Trafficking and the churches in Europe.Gender and Development Volume 14 Number 3 November 2006 special edition. Working with Faith Communities
For consultation, training opportunities, expert witness analysis, briefings and research collaboration – Dr Ford at email@example.com or phone 01223 353712
If you would like more information about CCARHTs internship programme email us firstname.lastname@example.org
CCARHTs University based and practitioner affiliates are currently drawn from across the UK, Canada, North America, South America, South Africa, Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany, Hong Kong, Kenya, Nigeria, Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines. If you would like your University or NGO to be represented in our network please submit the following on line form to us so that we can explore our co-operation. We would invite you also to follow our social media links via twitter, and facebook, and invite you to submit articles for inclusion in our library of resources, and to join our Linked-in network for practitioners and researchers. (Can you put a link to a request to join this linked in network Chris directly here at the end of the form – thanks)