ATHUB, our new online anti trafficking resource launches today. The site aims to give support providers and lawyers working with victims of trafficking the information they need to help victims to rebuild their lives.
ATHUB launched today at the anti trafficking conference hosted by ATLEU and Hogan Lovells in London. Funded by The Legal Education Foundation and based on our years of experience in the field, ATHUB provides essential information on working with victims of trafficking across the following areas of law:
- Housing and support
- Children and young people.
The hub includes information on how to recognise that someone may be a victim of trafficking, best practice in working with victims, police involvement and case studies.
Over the next few weeks, we will be expanding the site to include a wealth of information for lawyers across these same four areas. Resources include information on accessing legal aid, relevant UK and international law and the special legal considerations that relate to victims of trafficking.
To enhance the resources available on ATHUB, we are offering a series of training packages for support providers and legal practitioners that deliver more in-depth training across these subjects. Designed and led by our expert team, these sessions will offer the opportunity to have one of our lawyers visit your organisation to train your team.