The West Midlands Anti-Slavery Network, supported by PHE are hosting a webinar to acknowledge Anti-Slavery Day 2020.
This year, the webinar will take place on Thursday 8th October, 09:30 to 15:30 and will be a series of panel discussions followed by question and answer sessions. You can either join us for the whole day or dip in and out for individual discussions that may be of particular interest/ relevance.
Click Here to Register via Eventbrite where you can also find further details of the event.
Once registered, you will be able to access the Microsoft Teams link to join the webinar through the Eventbrite website. A diary invite will also be sent to all registered attendees a few days before the event.
If you are unable to join on this occasion, the webinar will be recorded and made available for you to view at a later date.
09.30hrs Introduction: Robin Brierley (West Midlands Anti-Slavery Network)
09.40hrs Opening speaker
09.50hrs Discussion one: What precisely is the role of a First Responder Organisation
10.35hrs Discussion two: What are the benefits and value of a Slavery Adult Safeguarding Case Coordinator
11.35hrs Discussion three: Child Exploitation
12.20hrs Discussion four: Accessing health – what are the challenges
13.45hrs Discussion five: Pre-National Referral Mechanism Care and Support
14.30hrs Discussion six: Emerging threats including Covid, Brexit, Homelessness and Organised Immigration Crime
15.15hrs Conference closing speaker: Lola Abudu (Deputy Director for Health and Wellbeing, PHE)