House of Commons
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UNSEEN TRAFFIK STAGE PRODUCTION AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING
EDM #1204
Tabled 29 March 2010
2009-10 Session
That this House recognises the trauma, pain and suffering that people-trafficking brings to the lives of thousands of innocent human beings every year; believes that people should not be considered as commodities or as objects to trade in and wholeheartedly condemns this barbaric and cruel practice; further believes that every possible effort should be made by governments around the world to prevent people trafficking; congratulates Susanne Midgley and Caroline Shepherd for their important work in promoting awareness of this issue and for organising a fundraising performance of Stop The Traffik at the Gidea Park Methodist Church in Romford in aid of Oasis India; thanks all of the people who attended the production of Unseen Traffik, a daring stage production exploring the brutal reality of modern-day slavery; and commends those who are working to put an end to this insult to humanity, most especially the hon. Member for Totnes.

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