On Saturday, April 11 from 10am until 4pm at Truro Methodist Church there will be a study day focusing on Modern Slavery.

Taking part will be:

Baroness Caroline Cox (Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust)- including a focus on Africa and James Ewins (International Justice Mission) – including a focus on India and Pakistan. Both speakers will also address the global situation, the amendments to the Modern Slavery Bill, and other matters relevant to the UK (and Cornwall).

Sheikh Dr Muhammad Al Husseini – the Islamic perspective

Dr David Hampshire – the Judeo-Christian perspective

The event is free of charge but donations will be invited to cover expenses.

Lunch is not provided but tea and coffee will be available.

To REGISTER please contact Dr Anne Hicks at or call 01736 799 665.

The study day follows on from a separate conference which is to be held at the Eden Project in March looking at Modern Slavery and Labour Exploitation. This conference will see a range of different organisations including the police, council and diocese join together to debate the issues.