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Women for Change Breakfast Club: Human trafficking in the UK

7:45 am

Human Trafficking in the UK – Wednesday 14 October 2015, 7.45am – 9.30am​

The Women for Change Breakfast Club will welcome members to the Alderman's Dining Room, at the Guildhall, to hear from some of the UK's leading experts on human trafficking who will share their experiences and discuss how you can contribute to ending this heinous crime within our lifetime. 



  • Lynellyn Long Ph.D, Founder of HERA
  • Irina Do Carmo, Anti-Trafficking Advocate at Poppy Project
  • Frances Trevena, Legal Manager at Poppy Project
  • Kate Garbers, Managing Director at Unseen

Chair: Parosha Chandran, Human Rights Barrister at 1 Pump Court Chambers

Please note that this breakfast seminar costs £15, which will be used to cover the running of the event. Places will be limited to 20 people. Breakfast, tea and coffee will be provided.
Remember, seminars are only available to members so contact us to become a member and register your place.


Alderman's Dining Room, Guildhall
Gresham Street
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