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UNANIMA Twitter Storm

 

In the wake of the COVID-19 Crisis UNANIMA International are organizing an action on the social media Twitter: a “Twitterstorm” to promote the issue of Family Homelessness in the context of the pandemic through our COVID-19 Statement and our hashtags #HiddenFacesofHomelessness and #MakingAHome4Everyone.

It is scheduled for Friday, May 1st from 1300hrs to 1400hrs (GMT) and we would like to invite you to join us with your Twitter account. The official hashtag is hashtags #HiddenFacesofHomelessness, #MakingAHome4Everyone and #HiddenHomelessness&COVID19, the UNANIMA International Twitter account is @UNANIMAIntl.

Please feel free to contact us if you need any further information or have any questions.

Best regards

UNANIMA Internationa

Covid-19 and potential indications on Human Trafficking and other forms of Modern Slavery Internationally

 

Dear colleagues,

please find attached a briefing document produced by UK based Foundation, Hope for Justice 2020, entitled ‘’Covid-19 and potential indications on Human Trafficking and other forms of Modern Slavery Internationally.’’ Imelda has asked that we share this document, it is an important read at this time and worth sharing.

While it should be noted that modern slavery is a complex issue and often these issues are interlinked and affect each other, the attached briefing document covers the following themes:

1. Increased threat and vulnerability of individuals and communities including access to state and non- state support structures/safeguarding mechanisms.

2. Potential impact on the modus operandi of exploiters.

3. Potential impact on the rule of law and law enforcement activities.

4. Potential risks for businesses.

Hope for Justice is an international charity fighting modern slavery and helping its victims by preventing exploitation, rescuing victims, restoring lives and reforming society. Headquartered in Manchester, UK and working across five continents, Hope for Justice’s pioneering anti-trafficking model is scalable, replicable and sustainable.

For more : www.hopeforjustice.org