Carolina has worked in the refugee sector for the last nine years in a variety of roles supporting asylum seekers and refugees in the UK. She has combined academic specialism in the field of refugee work with practical frontline experience. She has worked for Solace (Surviving Exile and Persecution, Leeds) and for the Refugee Council in a number of different roles specializing in women’s issues, asylum support and the reform of the legal aid and asylum processes. She currently works for Eaves’ Poppy Project supporting young women who have been trafficked.
Anti-Slavery Day: Protection and justice for trafficked children should be paramount - regardless of their immigration status
18 October 2012 12:00 AM
The authorities tend to say ‘historical victim of trafficking’, but for these victims, the suffering isn't in the past.
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