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New chair takes over at anti-trafficking charity Love146

Tania Bright-Cook has taken over as chair of LOVE146 at a time of growth and increasing profile for the charity, which works to end child trafficking and exploitation, and to support its victims ...

Tania Bright-Cook has taken over as chair of LOVE146 at a time of growth and increasing profile for the charity, which works to end child trafficking and exploitation, and to support its victims.

Tania, who is well known nationally through her experience as a Christian leader, speaker, business advisor and importantly, for the past six years, a carer herself of vulnerable children, is excited about bringing her expertise and passion to this role.

"I am delighted and humbled to be asked to Chair Love146 Europe. The people, the abolitionists within the movement are extraordinarily motivated and talented – necessarily so, as the task ahead is huge. My primary focus is to support and orienteer that talent, so we significantly contribute toward abolishing the sexual and commercial exploitation of children across Europe. Nothing less."

LOVE146 has been working in this area since 2003 and particularly focuses on child trafficking and exploitation and areas such as the US, Europe (UK, Greece, Romania and Moldova) and Asia (the Philippines, Cambodia, Thailand and India).

With so much recent focus in the media and within government around the scale and horror of human trafficking and exploitation, LOVE146 is well placed to be able to work with agencies and charities to support the vulnerable and to bring about lasting change. Tania will be at the heart of an important charity at an important time in the history of this issue.

Tania and the LOVE146 team are already looking forward this year to launching ambitious new projects in survivor care and prevention education in the UK and Greece, whilst contributing to ongoing global expansion.

For more details see www.love146.org

 

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