Black History Month 2021
EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF DOMESTIC SERVITUDE ON THE MENTAL HEALTH OF MIGRANT WOMEN IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY
FRIDAY 29TH OCTOBER
This webinar discusses findings from a pilot research funded by UCLan Research Institute for Global Health and Wellbeing on the impact of Domestic Servitude on its victims.
It aims to explore the distress of women who have been trapped in a silent form of Modern Slavery known as ‘Domestic Servitude’, a sad reality within today’s UK society.
Evidence demonstrates that ‘Domestic Servitude’ is a crime and affects the mental health of women trapped in this criminal system.
Open to all: Professionals and Communities
Key Note Speakers
- Sarah Malik (NESTAC)
- Asha Shariff (NESTAC)
- Tandrima Mazumdar (NESTAC)
- Dr Peggy Mulongo (University of Central Lancashire)
- Professor Karen Wright (University of Central Lancashire)
- Sian Payne(Programme Challenger – Greater Manchester Combined Authority)
- Crystal-Dee Soutter (Modern Slavery Co-ordination Unit, Greater Manchester Police)