Last week one of our supporters held a fundraiser on behalf of Invisible Traffick. She screened an Irish Comedy called An Everlasting Piece in an intimate private cinema in Helens Bay. Twenty-five people came and a total £405 was raised from donations. A few of the IT team attended & had a wonderful evening! What a great idea […]
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Give As You Live has enable 40 Invisible Traffick supporters to raise a total of £253.33 for Invisible Traffick FOR FREE! The amount raised by our supporters is truly amazing, and we are so very thankful, this enables us to print more resource materials to distribute at our awareness campaigns. We need to heighten community […]
A few weeks ago the Invisible Traffick directors were up at Long Gallery Stormont for the Halifax Foundation’s Launch of the Pitching for Pounds initiative. It’s an exciting, unique programme whereby charities can pitch for funds based on the needs of their organisation. Additionally, it gives charity representatives the space to develop their ideas and be creative. […]
On Thursday the 19th October at 10am Invisible Traffick Ireland held an Awareness Raising Event in Sligo Town Hall. This event was to celebrate their two year anniversary and coincided with Human Trafficking Awareness Week 2017. Mary McSharry (IT IRL Director) kicked off the event explaining a little about her work with IT in Sligo. […]
The Public Prosecution Service hosted a round table event with criminal justice partners, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and migrant representative groups on the subject of human trafficking and modern slavery at their Belfast headquarters on Friday, 20TH October. The event marked Anti-Slavery Day which was on Wednesday, 18th October and formed part of a week-long series […]
Our IT NI Director and Visi’s World Education Pack Co-ordinator receiving a certificate from Halifax Foundation, for recieving funding to facilitate the presentation of Visi’s World to Primary Schools in NI.
As I prepare to take break in ‘Sunny Spain’, I very quickly take one last look around the house, just to make sure I haven’t forgotten something important. While racing upstairs I look at where my ‘office’ sits at the top of my stairs. For a few moments my mind drifts away thinking about Invisible Traffick, […]
Recently, Invisible Traffick have been experiencing technical problems as some of our users were being diverted to another site whilst trying to access our website and Facebook page. If you are encountering these problems please see: http://www.techradar.com/how-to/computing/how-to-clear-cache-1298796 Thank you.
Our lovely Visi’s World Coordinator visited Kells and Connor Primary School in Ballymena last week, to give a presentation in assembly about the Visi’s World Education Pack. The principal was in touch later that day to thank her: ‘Thank you again for your assembly this morning which was pitched really well for the children in our school. […]
We were at the SERC (South East Regional College) campus open day on the 7th and 8th of September, talking to young people about how they can get involved with IT. If you’re a young person wanting to get involved with IT or find out more information on how you can get involved with IT […]
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