“Data-collection needs to go on beyond the point of identification, but to do that we need to support these people.It’s got to be about providing support for victims beyond the NRM,” she said.This book is an Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum Award winner.is about Nakht, a young boy whose family is moving to Memphis, a city south of Cairo.And we need these victims to be supported and cared for so that they are no longer vulnerable to traffickers and slave masters.“It is my hope that the campaign launched today by the NCA leads to an increased awareness among the British public, so that we can pride ourselves on being a nation that will not tolerate the evil of modern slavery.” The report comes a day after Mr Hyland accused the NCA came of not taking the crime seriously enough and allowing important information about modern slavery offences to “sit dormant” on databases.
“Traffickers do not care how young their victims are and Barnardo’s has provided support to children of all ages, including babies who have been trafficked.” A Home Office spokesperson said: “Modern slavery is a barbaric crime which destroys the lives of some of the most vulnerable in our society.
Responding to the report, Anne Read, director of anti-trafficking and modern slavery for The Salvation Army, said: “The news today from the NCA is consistent with trends we have witnessed over the past six years of managing the Government contract to support all adult victims of modern slavery in England and Wales.
“The number of people being referred to The Salvation Army for specialist support to start their recovery from exploitation at the hands of human traffickers continues to rise year-on-year.” Speaking specifically on child-trafficking and child slavery victims, Ryan Mahan, of ECPAT, a campaigning organisation working to prevent child trafficking, said: “There are two scandals at work here.
As a student training to be a scribe, he keeps a journal about his life to sharpen his skills.
He documents his view of temples and pyramids, a hippopotamus hunt, and a tomb robbery!