Attend a free training session on modern slavery and homelessness

René Cassin are hosting free training sessions on modern slavery and homelessness, primarily aimed at members of the Jewish community who volunteer for soup kitchens, homeless shelters or asylum drop-in centres. Led by external trainers, these sessions will give front line volunteers knowledge and awareness of the dangers of modern slavery, as well as the tools to spot the signs and know how to respond.
These workshops are primarily aimed at members of the Jewish community who volunteer at drop-in centres, soup kitchens or homeless shelters.

When: Wednesday 6th and Wednesday 13th November, 6.30-8.30pm

Where: René Cassin, 853 Finchley Road, London NW11 8LX

Session One: Introduction to modern slavery in the UK – led by
Caroline Barnard , Communications Officer at The Clewer Initiative

Session Two: Tackling modern slavery in the homelessness sector – led by Dr Julia Tomas, Anti-Slavery Coordinator at The Passage. Read more about session two here.

The sessions are free and a light dinner will be provided.

Spaces are limited and will be given on a first come first serve basis. For more information and details of how to book please visit: https://www.renecassin.org/modern-slavery-and-homelessness-workshops/.