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Marsh Awards for Community Activism in Combatting Slavery

The Marsh Awards for Community Activism in Combatting Slavery recognise outstanding members of the community who have used our films to raise awareness of modern slavery in their community in the last year.

Each year the Marsh Christian Trust chooses three individuals who have gone the extra mile in putting on an event about modern slavery for their community or workplace. Each winner receives a certificate and a prize of £500.

If you have hosted an event with Unchosen over the last year, you could be eligible for this award – get in touch if you’d like to be included.

This year’s winners were:

Emma Scott (West Dorset District Council), Robert Alexander (Spot the Traffik, Devon and Cornwall), Rebecca Avery and James Sutherland (South Cambs PCC) for outstanding work combating Modern Slavery, the awards were presented by Charles Micklewright of the Marsh Christian Trust and Unchosen.

 

“Thanks so much for nominating me for the Marsh Awards, It was a great honour and a lovely evening. I think your organisation does some very powerful work and it was heartening to be in a room full of people that felt the same about it.”

Emma Scott
  • Latest winners of the Marsh Christian Trust awards – 2016

Who is eligible for the awards?

If you or your group have used Unchosen’s films and resources to raise awareness of modern slavery in your community between the dates 1st October 2016 -30th September 2017, you are eligible for the award. Contact the office for more information.

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