HH Peter Rook QC and Riel Karmy-Jones QC are delighted to have been invited to speak together with Caroline Haughey QC (of Furnival Chambers)

July 1, 2019

at the Cambridge Centre for Applied Research in Human Trafficking (CCARHT)’s annual Summer Symposium in Cambridge University – this  week, July 1st – July 5th. The Symposium this year is looking at the Several Rs of Human Trafficking, exploring key themes and challenges arising around Rights, Responsibilities, Risks, Rewards, Recovery, Returns, Removals (organs) the role of Religious Organisations and new Lines for RESEARCH, the seminar will explore the leading challenges presented by the human rights contraventions, illicit and criminal activities, human harm inflicting and disruptive ‘trading cycle’ from global and national perspectives. The full programme can be found here: www.ccarht.org.