Immigration law and people trafficking
A training day with Klara Skrivankova of Anti-Slavery International, 28 June 2013, Law Centre (NI) Belfast.
The Tutor, Klara Skrivankova, is the Trafficking Programme Coordinator at Anti-Slavery International; co-founder of the UK Trafficking Law and Policy Forum and a member of the EU Group of Experts on Trafficking in Human Beings advising the European Commission.
Trafficking in human beings is a complex phenomenon, a serious crime and abuse of human rights. The course will cover trafficking in human being in all its forms, examine international rights and duties affecting the protection of trafficked persons and look at the issue in relation to employment, criminal and immigration law.
In addition to the legal dimension, participants will gain understanding of the complexities of trafficking and of good practice in supporting and representing trafficked persons, including the problematic issue of remedial measure for victims such as access to compensation.
This course will count as 5 hours towards CAB, Law Society and Bar Council Continuing Professional Development.
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