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2012 Olympic Games and human trafficking

 In May a report by the Welsh Assembly claimed that it was ‘highly likely’ that the Ryder Cup golf tournament to be held in Newport this October will result in a significant increase in the number of women and children … Continue reading

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THE PARENTHOOD DILEMMA

Having just recently had my second child, I was very much saddened and drawn to Judy Golding’s article in The Week[1]. I regret that it has taken me such time to write about this but the demands and emotional needs … Continue reading

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ANOTHER RECOMMENDED BOOK – STOP THE TRAFFIK – STEVE CHALKE

Earlier this year, I wrote an article on home grown trafficking (http://sharonbenningprince.com/articles-events/home-grown-trafficking) whereby I considered the case of the gang of men imprisoned for the grooming, trafficking and abuse of young girls. At the time, there were many stories in … Continue reading

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Italy and the Trafficking Issue

“Consider your origin – you were not born to live like brutes.”[1]   I have had a longstanding love affair with Italy, its beauty and people for many years and have been travelling there since I was four years old.  … Continue reading

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The Barbie Dichotomy

  The raising of awareness of women’s and children’s rights has always been a passion of mine, but my passion has become more focused since the birth of my daughter and the world has become, for me, a more complicated … Continue reading

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Man jailed for trafficking Nigerian girls out of UK

The first man to be convicted of trafficking females out of the UK, in a case involving two Nigerian girls, has been jailed. Anthony Harrison, 32, was sentenced to 20 years for four trafficking offences as well as two of … Continue reading

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Solar Fund – USA and India

The U.S. government (through Section 1603) provides 30% of the investment in a solar project – in cash – within 45 days of installation.  There is no maximum or minimum size of the project, nor does it matter if they … Continue reading

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Following the publication of Lord Davies’ review into women in the boardroom, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has said it intends to make boardroom diversity a priority for its investigations.

  25th March 2011. In August last year the Government asked Lord Davies to investigate the reason why there were so few women at board level in the UK’s larger companies and to make recommendations to increase gender equality. Lord … Continue reading

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AN EXTREME WORLD – TRAFFICKING AND THE OPT-IN

For those who carefully consider and monitor the subject of trafficking, Ross Kemp’s Extreme World episode on trafficking[1], whilst interesting, did not provide anything new on the plight of victims and the number of women trafficked into the United Kingdom … Continue reading

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Causes of Re-Trafficking

Please read the below article on the causes of re-trafficking: 11th March 2011- Causes of Re-Trafficking

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