A group of students from St Andrews University have spent 24 hours standing up against modern slavery and trafficking.
Rural businesses across Tayside and Fife are being warned of an increased risk of human trafficking and exploitation.
The Scottish Parliament has agreed to pass a new law extending the right to vote to people with refugee protection.
A major investigation into human trafficking is ongoing in central Fife, The Courier has learned.
Victims of human trafficking can now be found in every town and city in Scotland, experts say.
A PIONEERING service supporting traumatised young people who have been trafficked to Scotland, as well as refugee children arriving in the country on their own, is seeing record numbers in need of their help.
This is an Equality Collective event looking at Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery. It will focus on recent cases and highlight that human trafficking and modern slavery can happen in Fife. We will explore the signs that may indicate someone as potentially either a victim or perpetrator of human trafficking and modern slavery. This … Continue reading Human Trafficking and Slavery – Its closer than you think
AN EVENT to raise awareness surrounding the "hidden crime" of human trafficking in Scotland has taken place in Elgin.
The Church of Scotland has made a fresh commitment to tackle the “moral scandal” of human trafficking and modern slavery. It has signed a declaration to work with the Scottish Government and other statutory services and sectors to eradicate the scourge on society.
A Vietnamese businessman has admitted housing and employing illegal immigrants at nail bars in Fife.
Organisations across the children’s sector and beyond have joined Children in Scotland on a milestone anniversary to call for improvements to the lives of children and young people in Scotland.
The first ever campaign targeting the perpetrators of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in Scotland has been launched by police.
Reports to police in Scotland of suspected human trafficking have shown a marked rise over the past year.
Inspection found officers failing to identify victims and closing investigations prematurely, citing lack of public support
Car drivers in Kirkcaldy have been asked to play their part in tackling the brutality of people trafficking.