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Hundreds of trafficked children go missing from UK care homes
by Kieran Guilbert
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
19 December 2018
On 19 December 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Findings raise doubts about Britain's ability to care for vulnerable children at time when record number of suspected child slaves are being referred to government. A growing number of trafficked children in Britain are going missing from care homes, with some feared to be returning to their traffickers after being treated like criminals or illegal immigrants by authorities, two charities said on Wednesday (19 December).
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A quarter of the 1,015 identified or suspected child trafficking victims in the care of local authorities went missing at least once last year -- 246 children compared to 167 in 2015 -- according to research by ECPAT UK and Missing People.
... 'Too often these children are treated as criminals or immigration offenders, rather than vulnerable children requiring support,' said Catherine Baker, ECPAT's senior research officer.
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