As increasing numbers of vulnerable people migrate to Scotland, as financial hardship takes hold on families across our communities, as low paid labour shortage soars – the risk of human trafficking increases! Most victims don't know they are a victim and so it is even more important that we all know how to spot the… Continue reading Get Equipped
With the number of undocumented migrants on the rise, the EUSS deadline fast approaching and the Nationality & Borders Bill in Westminster, concerns are rising over the safety and welfare of immigrants. The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants has considered some of their experiences during the COVID pandemic.
'When Work Doesn't Pay' explores how perpetrators of labour exploitation in Scotland use online platforms to recruit.
Book Week Scotland 2020 is almost here! A wonderful week of indulgent celebrating for all of us avid readers. As I use it as another excuse to stick my nose in a book and research my wish list of all my next reads. I have been reflecting on some grim but essential reading I have… Continue reading Nose in a Book