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Winners of UNHS Scottish School Competition on Human Trafficking Issues Announced


UN House Scotland is excited to announce the winners of our 2018 Human Trafficking Scottish Schools Competition. The objective of the competition was to engage with 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?​

UNHS was thrilled to see such high levels of interest from Scottish students in issues surrounding human trafficking. After careful consideration, the selection committee is pleased to award first place to the submission from students at Kirkcaldy High School. The winning students have been invited to attend UNHS's Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery conference this Friday, 23 March at Scottish Parliament. The winning entry, along with the runners up, are listed below. Congratulations and thank you to all participants!

1st Place- Kirkcaldy High School

2nd Place- Ardnamurchan High School

3rd Place (Tie)- Farr High School and Craigholme School


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