Y11 explore Human Trafficking in Northern Ireland

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IMG_2103On Thursday 26th February Year 11 took part in an interactive workshop hosted by Anita Firth, Project Worker with Freedom Acts. This event was in partnership with Banbridge Policing and Community Safety Partnership and the Southern Education and Library Board.

The session covered different types of Human Trafficking, what it looks like in Northern Ireland and in a global context and how our consumer choices connect us to people who are exploited around the world.

The team were also joined by Violet Bell and 15 students from the Armagh SRC Theatre and Education Course who performed a short play that they have written about Human Trafficking in Northern Ireland. They did a fantastic job !

IMG_2100It was a very thought provoking event and well received by the Year Group. We hope to do some follow up work in the near future.




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