The two-day UK-upheld National Workshop on Responding to Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery started in Addis Ababa today.
In 2017 the Ethiopian and British Governments were among in excess of 70 nations all throughout the planet to join a United Nations “Source of inspiration on Modern Slavery, Forced Labor, and Human Trafficking.”
By sharing ability, the workshop looks to assist Ethiopia with reacting to the difficulties looked in the Horn of Africa, as indicated by a public statement the UK Embassy shipped off FBC today.
The workshop unites Ethiopian police, examiners, and NGOs with homegrown and worldwide skills, including from Nigeria and from the UK’s own Greater Manchester Police, whose Chief Constable is partaking in the workshop.
It is an association between the British Embassy, UK noble cause Retrak and Ethiopian NGO Justice for All.
Talking at the kickoff of the workshop, Chargé d’Affaires at the British Embassy Alex Cameron said, “The size of the issues we are confronting is worldwide. Yet, as such countless misfortunes, this one additionally starts locally – regardless of whether that is in urban areas in the United Kingdom or neighborhood networks in Ethiopia. Each case is a misfortune. What’s more, every misfortune requests a reaction”.