This September we will be releasing new resources that will help schools raise awareness of modern slavery and protect their students from becoming victims.
The resources are a result of a collaboration between The Clewer Initiative, a project helping the Church of England to respond to modern slavery, and Just Enough UK, an educational charity who help children learn about difficult subjects like modern slavery and radicalisation.
The resources will include lesson plans for five key stages, collective worship, and guides for teachers. They are designed to raise awareness of modern slavery amongst the UK’s young people, and make them aware that they themselves are at risk of being victims of this crime.
“Young people are an integral part of the catalyst for change, while at the same time being at risk of becoming victims of trafficking themselves. This project is a chance to prevent human trafficking and modern slavery before it even begins.” - Bishop Alastair Redfern, Bishop of Derby and Chair of The Clewer Initiative
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