Swati Pande is a social worker and practice educator. She is the assistant manager of the NSPCC Child Trafficking Advice Centre, involved in advising on complex cases, expert witness work, training for UK statutory agencies and source countries such as Vietnam, China and Romania and contributing to international dialogues. She also sits on the National Referral Mechanism multi-agency decision-making panel.
Swati has written all the guides and resources in this hub. The audio interview with a trafficked young person was carried out by a social worker at the NSPCC centre.
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