This conference aims to explore the latest evidence and policy perspectives on the identification and investigation of human trafficking offences. This one day event will bring together key policy makers, academic researchers and non governmental organisations from the fields of asylum and migration to share and exchange their knowledge and experiences.
The Home Office is currently finalising the programme and are looking to receive proposals for presentations under the following headings:
- research evidence on profiles of trafficking victims and traffickers
- identification and scale of victims of trafficking
- good practice in investigating trafficking offences
- different approaches to investigating trafficking offences
- improving conviction rates of traffickers
The conference will be held at the British Library in London, Thursday June 6, 2013 from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM BST.
This is a UK European Migration Network event and is co-hosted by Home Office Science. As such, there is no charge for this event.
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