Invisible Traffick given a significant boost in its fight to see the world free of human trafficking.
By Invisible Traffick
May 30, 2024

The Northern Ireland based charity is deeply grateful to the Security Industry Authority (SIA) for awarding it £6k+ from their Grant for Good Funding, which came from the proceeds of crime, and will enable it to continue the development and filming of an e-learning site and online training modules.

 Gayle Bunting founder and CEO of Invisible Traffick said “We are delighted to announce that our bespoke e-learning platform for Seaports and Maritime Industry is now well underway. This is due to the funding awarded to us by the SIA, with a planned launch date in the autumn.”

 “The e-learning site will provide access to online training modules, 24/7, where our clients and their staff can attend human trafficking awareness training at a time suitable to them.”

“These first modules are scheduled to be launched this autumn and are specifically designed for Port / Ferry Operations, to restrict human trafficking, empower staff as well as enhance port security & safety culture.”

“Each module has been specifically developed to provide tailored training in line with port activities including customer operations, port security & screening, port operations, freight check-in staff, stevedores / Dockers / Freight handling staff, vehicle deck crew, ship’s crew and policing agencies.”

 Training will include port-specific real-life incidents, current research, signs and indicators of trafficking as well as current methods used by traffickers within ports.

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Information about Invisible Traffick

Since its inception in 2012, Invisible Traffick NI has worked hard to meet its vision of seeing the world free from Human Trafficking. In 2016 it was registered as a Charity subject to the regulation powers of the NI Charity Commission. Our mission is to make everyone in the UK and Ireland aware of Human Trafficking through awareness campaigns, education and bespoke training programmes ensuring the signs are recognised, victims are safeguarded and empowered to speak up.