Chap­lains tackle traf­fick­ing

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Manch­ester Air­port has launched ‘TRAVEL SAFE Week’, a train­ing and aware­ness ini­tia­tive for all air­port staff of the signs of hu­man traf­fick­ing and to help pro­tect pas­sen­gers vul­ner­a­ble to ex­ploita­tion. Led by The Chap­laincy Manch­ester Air­port, work­ing with the Bor­der Force Safe­guard­ing Team and char­i­ties (shown), STOP THE TRAF­FIK and In­ter­na­tional Jus­tice Mis­sion, the ex­er­cise aims to train the air­port's 19,000 staff to look out for tell-tale signs of hu­man traf­fick­ing, forced mar­riage or parental child ab­duc­tion and to put Manch­ester Air­port at the fore­front of the global fight against ex­ploita­tion. Photo: Manch­ester Air­port Cus­tomer Ser­vices Di­rec­tor, Tri­cia Wil­liams, Co-or­di­nat­ing Chap­lain Ge­orge Lane, Han­nah Flint of In­ter­na­tional Jus­tice Mis­sion and mem­bers of the Chap­laincy and Bor­der Force safe­guard­ing Teams.

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