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Anti Trafficking and Modern Slavery Roadshow

The Salvation Army Anti-Trafficking & Modern Slavery Team will visit Birmingham on 23 September to celebrate & champion its amazing volunteers and raise awareness of Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking.

The Birmingham event will take place from 11.00am to 3.00pm on Saturday 23 September at the Salvation Army’s Birmingham Citadel, 24 St Chads Queensway, Birmingham B4 6HH. Register to attend via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/atms-roadshow-birmingham-you-are-invited-tickets-558613186077.

This is one of 9 events across the country to celebrate & champion our amazing volunteers, but to also raise awareness of Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking. Anyone is welcome to attend and we have free tickets on sale via our Eventbrite page. 

The event will consist of the following:-

  • To start, we will be celebrating & championing our current volunteers. Come and join us and see how we value our amazing volunteers!
  • We will then break for some food & drink. This is a chance for everyone to mingle, chat and get to know each other!
  • Later on we will be hosting a ‘What is Modern Slavery’ workshop to raise awareness of Modern Slavery, during this session you’ll be able to learn more about what modern slavery is, you’ll be able to hear from some of our current volunteers & hear about the work The Salvation Army do to support survivors of Modern Slavery!

 

Please share with your family, friends & all your networks!

 

 

 

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