Britain contributes €14 million to drive against human trafficking
October 28, 2016
At a Vatican conference on human trafficking, British Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced a €14 million program to combat the crime.
Rudd made the announcement in a talk to the Santa Marta Group, which was set up by Pope Francis to fight against human trafficking. Britain’s top police official, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, co-chairs the group along with Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster.
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