Trafficked: slavery on the screen: Oct 14

CCAT LogoCCAT – Croydon Campaign Against Trafficking – is marking Anti-Slavery Day 2013 with a screening of the 2011 film Trafficked.

Date: Monday October 14, 2013
Venue: Spread Eagle Pub, 39-31 Katharine Street, Croydon CR0 1NX
Time: 2.30pm and 8pm – admission free
What: Screening of Trafficked (2011) Director Ciaran O’Connor, 85min
The Anti-Slavery Day Bill became law in 2010. It was introduced in Parliament
as a Private Members Bill by Anthony Steen former MP for Totnes, South
Devon, in 2010 and passed through both Houses, unopposed although
amended. The bill defines modern-day slavery as child trafficking, forced
labour, domestic servitude and trafficking for sexual exploitation.

Anti-Slavery Day falls on October 18 each year and provides an opportunity to
draw attention to the subject, raise awareness of modern slavery and to
inspire people to eliminate it.

For further information contact: Anna Arthur 07733 221949


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