Ty reflects on the last decade working with those fighting against modern day slavery. It all started with a chance meeting in Ukraine where he realised what he’d be willing to do for a cause…
I was first introduced to the fact of human trafficking at 17 through the work of CCAT (Croydon Community Against Trafficking). It was shocking work. My thinking quickly transformed from “There are slaves in Croydon?” to “There are slaves in Croydon!!” Read my story…
While traveling in Phnom Penh, Naomi met a mum who changed her life. And through a simple act of kindness was in turn able to change hers.
Marcel talks about ways that we could tackle modern day slavery reflecting on his time as a policeman and now a lecturer and researcher in the department of Police Practice at UNISA.
I’ll never forget the first time I met a survivor of trafficking in the UK. The statistics I know grew skin and the numbers became names.
A few years ago I went with our domestic worker & her child to the dentist. The child’s teeth were rotten and the dentist asked “Why is your child not brushing her teeth?”, To which our domestic worker devastatingly replied “I can’t afford a toothbrush!” This was our journey towards paying a living wage.
PRFT, a Zim based organisation looks at the Basic Needs Basket as a way of identifying a living wage in the country
When Adi Eyal, the head of Code4SA had a conversation with other parents at his children’s nursery school, he realised that the idea surrounding domestic worker’s salaries were based largely on speculation and social norms. He decided to create a tool, the Living Wage calculator.
December is nearly upon us and with it the Christmas celebrations are beginning. What can we do to make it a little more just?
Today is Black Friday, a red-letter day from across the pond that is now firmly marked in every retailer’s calendar. For shop workers, it is a challenging time.
Five years ago we were a couple of months into our new London lives and I was loving it! I loved walking and catching the train to work, I loved sitting out in the parks in the summer and I loved our house share and the new friends we were meeting. Money was still quite…
Race issues were something for victims of racism or politically correct people to worry about, not me.