Stakeholders invited to attend workshop on preventing trafficking in persons

Community safety and the protection of citizens are at the heart of the mandates of civil society organizations and ministries. Stakeholders are invited to participate in a capacity building workshop focusing on the prevention of human trafficking. The KwaZulu-Natal Task Force on Human Trafficking, Harmful Traditional Practices, Prostitution, Pornography and Brothels (HHPPB), Sparrow Trust and the Amanzimtoti Community Policing Forum invite all stakeholders to attend the workshop.

“Topics covered will include indicators of human trafficking, reporting procedures, standard operating procedures and legal aspects that all stakeholders who may come into contact with a potential victim should be aware,” said the director of Sparrow Trust, Estelle van Eeden.

The training will be hosted live by the HHPPB task force and will take place on Wednesday October 6 from 8:30 am 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. It will take place at the Sweetwaters Church located at 6 Sanders Road, Winklespruit. The deadline for registration is Wednesday, September 29. For more information, contact Estelle via WhatsApp on 082 263 9710 or by email [email protected].

ALSO READ: SAPS takes all allegations of human trafficking seriously


Click on the words highlighted in red to learn more about this and related topics. To receive news links via WhatsApp or Telegram, send an invitation to 061 694 6047.

The south coast sun is also on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram– why not join us there?

Do you have more information regarding this story?

Do not hesitate to let us know by commenting on our Facebook page or you can contact our editorial staff on 031 903 2341 and speak to a journalist.

(Comments posted on this issue may be used for publication in the Sun)

Previous INNIO Jenbacher and Clarke Energy Announce Expansion of Distribution of Jenbacher Gas Engines to Independent Power Producers and Merchants in Indonesia | Business
Next Malawi: Cama accuses edible cooking oil makers of blackmailing consumers, government

No Comment

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.