UNHS is dedicated to the eradication of human trafficking and modern slavery in Scotland through our initiative, "See me, free me."
Through education, collaboration, and strategic partnership with concerned citizens in all levels of society, we are working to raise awareness for the causes, impacts, and signs of human trafficking and modern slavery in our communities.
Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery: Focus on Scotland
On 23 March 2018, UNHS will be hosting a conference and a series of workshops as a part of our 'See me, free me" efforts. The conference, entitled 'Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery in Scotland: Raising Awareness - Strengthening Collaboration – Breaking the Chains' is open to the public, and will focus on the impacts, causes, and prevention of human trafficking and modern slavery in Scotland. The conference and workshops will be attended and will feature experts, MSPs, NGOs and private sector advocates, among others. The conference and workshops will occur at Scottish Parliament with the sponsorship of MSP Christina McKelvie.
Resources on Human Trafficking
UNHS is committed to the eradication of human trafficking and modern slavery in Scotland through education. Through information in our introductory resources library and more information in the Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery resources library, we hope to create more awareness around the issue of human trafficking both in Scotland and worldwide.
Scottish Schools Competiton
UNHS is calling all high school students in Scotland to help raise awareness about modern slavery and human trafficking. We want Scotland’s youngest generations to help us make Scotland slavery free by submitting a project on one of the following topics:
How is human trafficking and modern slavery affecting the world and/ or your community?
How would you help raise awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking in Scotland?
The winning submissions will be displayed at the Scottish Parliament and the winners will be invited to attend the Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Conference in March 2018.
Deadline to Submit: Extended to 1 March 2018
UNHS is proud to partner with Liberation Kilt Company throughout the See me, Free me campaign. In support of the anti-slavery and anti-trafficking movement, Liberation Kilt Company will donate 10% of profits from every Blueheart product sold in Scotland to UNHS, and an additional 10% to UNDOC.
Representation of See me, Free me in Scottish Parliament is sponsored by MSP Christina McKelvie.