Anti-Human Trafficking Policy

We work, adhere, and support International Legislation against trafficking of human beings.

We work on improving our services and stand out from competition with such policy as we continuously receive updated research of International conventions, protocols and declarations to fight human trafficking. Usually it is the responsibility of the university and the government but we also take such issues extremely seriously and we take measures to protect people. If you have any knowledge regarding such crimes, click here and here to find how you can help. 

Some of the rules our staff follow include: 

  • EU Anti-trafficking Directive
  • CJA 2009 
  • Asylum and Immigrations act 
  • Modern Slavery Act 2015
  • United Nation Convention against Transnational Organised Crime 2000 

 

We strive to make the world a better place and we will do our part with pride