International Human Trafficking Conference, 21st November 2012, Cardiff, UK


Human Trafficking is an increasingly disturbing phenomenon in Europe with terrible consequences for victims. Recently, several reports have highlighted the urgent need to raise public awareness of trafficking, improve training in order to better identify victims, and develop better institutional co-operation and multi-agency working – all critical in the fight against trafficking, which alarmingly includes large numbers of children.


The conference is supported by the Welsh Government and will be opened by Carl Sargeant AM, Minister for Social Justice & Local Government and will be chaired by Carmel Napier, Chief Constable Gwent Police. Speakers will include local and international experts in different areas including internal Human Trafficking. Further invitation on the organisers website and in the below documents. 

Conference invitation

Conference programme