You are warmly invited to join us for an event to mark the International United Nations Day of Families on 15th May 2018 when we will examine the dilemma of global sex trafficking in today’s world. The day will serve as a reminder of how powerful the family unit is and that without their love and guidance predators can easily target any child into their dangerous underworld of trafficking.
We hope you will be able to join us for an insightful informative evening programme that illustrates the importance of a close loving family unit.
Bharti Patel - Every Child Protected against Trafficking (ECPAT)
Michelle Denny - Brown - One in Four
T. Martina Coombs - Women’s Federation for World Peace, Europe Advisor
Baldip Kaur – Author of ‘Fanish’ a novel that explores child grooming and its consequences.
There will be time for Q & A and themed discussion groups are planned.
There will be refreshments and of course, as always take the opportunity for networking.
The event is to be held at 43 Lancaster Gate, London W2 3NA, 6.30pm – 8pm,
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Mitty Tohma – President
Christa Rennie – Secretary General