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Stolen:Uncovering Child Trafficking in the UK

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  • Date and time: Tuesday 1 November 2011, 6.30- 9pm
  • Venue: Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, Aldwych, LSE
  • Speakers: Debbie Beadle, Romana Cacchioli, Colin Carswell and Justin Chadwick
  • Chair: Dr Jenny Kuper


Written by Stephen Butchard and directed by Justin Chadwick, Stolen follows the story of Detective Inspector Anthony Carter and three children. Anthony works in the Human Trafficking Unit, battling to make a difference to the plight of exploited children being smuggled into the UK and from there, to anywhere and to any fate.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with a panel of experts to find out how modern slavery continues to exist in this country and what can be done to combat it. This event is part of a month-long film campaign taking place across London.

Unchosen  is an anti-trafficking charity promoting human trafficking film campaigns nationwide. Through film, documentaries, interviews and Q&As, Unchosen raises awareness about domestic servitude, forced labour, child and sex trafficking happening here in the UK.  

Anti-Slavery International is the world's oldest human rights organisation and the only UK charity dedicated to eliminating all forms of modern slavery.


Debbie Beadle, Youth Programme Coordinator, ECPAT UK
Romana Cacchioli, Programme & Advocacy Manager, Anti-Slavery International
Colin Carswell, ChiefInspector, Safer Transport Command, Metropolitan Police Service

Anti Slavery International