Thirteen people were arrested yesterday in police raids across Greater Manchester and North Yorkshire. The nine men and four women,
In the fight to end modern slavery and human trafficking Greater Manchester Police must ‘be brave’ in their partnerships with other agencies, according to the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner.
Shocking short stories of human trafficking from around the world are brought together in one educational and inspiring theatrical performance set to hit the stage at the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival.
The Right Reverend Libby Lane, the first female Bishop, made one of her first official public appearances in her new role to launch Manchester Airport’s Travel Safe Week.
A Rochdale factory raid has rescued 20 Eastern European immigrants who were getting paid paid less than two pound per hour for working more than 80 hours per week.
A deaf and mute girl – who was trafficked into the country aged ten and was repeatedly raped and forced to do domestic chores by her Eccles-based captors – has been awarded more than £100,000 in compensation.
Hope for Justice believe the increase in reports shows that more people are now being identified and rescused from desperate conditions.