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Trafficked pregnant women and parents left unsupported says report

Pregnant women and parents who fall victims of trafficking are systematically overlooked in the UK’s anti-trafficking response, according to a new report by the Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group (ATMG), a coalition of twelve UK-based charities.

The report entitled ‘Time to deliver’ identifies a failure of the UK to identify parents and pregnant women amongst the potential victims of trafficking, and provide them with relevant support such as suitable accommodation, childcare, access to healthcare and support for their children.

Read Time to Deliver here.




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