Unicef poll shows British public do not see UK has hotspot for child trafficking

A Unicef poll on public perceptions of human trafficking has found that a majority of the British public do not see the country as a hotspot for child trafficking despite the fact that 10 children are trafficked every week in the UK. 75% of people polled agreed that giving trafficked children a legal guardian was the right thing to do.
Source: UNICEF 08 April 2014
Further information:    UNICEF – Public perceptions of human trafficking (PDF)

“My confidence in making referrals has definitely increased and I feel I am in a better position to effectively engage with the child protection process.

“Excellent and thought provoking