'When Work Doesn't Pay' explores how perpetrators of labour exploitation in Scotland use online platforms to recruit.
Today on World Social Justice Day and every day of the year, SOHTIS is committed to ‘Closing the Inequalities Gap’ which lead to human trafficking. Social justice is described as equal access to wealth, opportunities and privileges within society. SOHTIS advocates for social justice, as its counterpart- social injustice in the form of poverty, unemployment… Continue reading The Social Injustice that is Human Trafficking
On Monday 29 April 2019, SOHTIS hosted a meeting of senior faith leaders across Scotland, where a commitment 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