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“Wee Short Legs that are Quite Old”

“Wee Short Legs that are Quite Old”! Continuing our blog series we introduce key members of the SOHTIS team and are inspired by their contribution to anti-human trafficking work. Hazel is a retired professor of Nursing, has been involved in anti-trafficking work on a voluntary basis for many years.  She sits on our SOHTIS Advisory… Continue reading “Wee Short Legs that are Quite Old”

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Faith Leaders Commit to Tackle Slavery

On Monday 29 April 2019, SOHTIS hosted a meeting of senior faith leaders across Scotland, where a committment was made to work together with the Scottish Government and other statutory services and sectors to eradicate human traffickingand modern slavery in Scotland. Joy Gillespie, the SOHTIS Development Manager said, ‘We believe that everyone deserves to live… Continue reading Faith Leaders Commit to Tackle Slavery

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Pope Francis Blesses Anti-Trafficking Initiative

His Holiness Pope Francis has sent a personal message of support and blessing to the Slavery: A Faith Based Response, Inter-Faith Seminar hosted by SOHTIS on Monday 29 April 2019 by charity.  With increasing numbers of victims of trafficking being identified in Scotland, the Seminar which was held at Dundas Castle, South Queensferry, Scotland, created… Continue reading Pope Francis Blesses Anti-Trafficking Initiative

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Slavery: A Faith-Based Response

SOHTIS is delighted to be hosting senior faith leaders from across Scotland at Dundas Castle, South Queensferry, today, Monday 29 April 2019 to discuss human trafficking. Slavery: A Faith-Based Response, aims to strengthen understanding and create an opportunity for faith groups to collaborate in becoming part of the solution to the eventual eradication of human… Continue reading Slavery: A Faith-Based Response

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SOHTIS Team – Brigadier Paul Harkness

The Co-founder of SOHTIS Brigadier Paul Harkness, gives an insight into what inspired him to become involved in anti-human trafficking work.