HUMAN TRAFFICKING INQUIRY
Tuesday 29 April the Home Affairs Committee will hold the second evidence session in its inquiry into Human Trafficking.
At 10.30 am
At approximately 11.00 am
At approximately 11.30 am
Gangmasters Licensing Authority
At approximately 12 noon
Kalayaan: Justice for Migrant Domestic Workers
Rt Hon Keith Vaz, Chairman of the Committee, said:
"We will be taking evidence from those who help the victims of traffickingthose sold into prostitution, trafficked children, abused domestic workers, those denied a proper wage or housed in terrible conditions in the agricultural sector.
"Last week we heard that 400 children in our care went missing in 2007. This is a crisis situation. We must consider what can be done to tackle this."
Location: Committee Room 8, Palace of Westminster
Details of this inquiry were set out in a press notice issued on 18 January 2008.
Session 2007-08/36, 24 April 2008