AFRUCA has received a new grant from the Home Office to help address the growing problem of child trafficking for domestic slavery in England.
This yearly report documents what efforts countries around the world are making to address human trafficking. Here, AFRUCA summarises what this year’s report reveals about African countries.
A new report by AFRUCA – Africans Unite Against Child Abuse launched today will call on various agencies across Greater Manchester to be more proactive in tackling female genital mutilation across the region by engaging closer with practising communities.
Tuesday 18th October is Anti-Slavery Day in the UK; on this day, AFRUCA champions the African men, women and children who have been trafficked for sexual exploitation, domestic servitude, labour exploitation and more.