The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) has published a report, which says that a British teenage girl was raped by 90 males over a weekend. As per the CSJ report, the case of the British teenage girl being raped by 90 men symbolises only the tip of the iceberg of sex slavery in the UK. An inquiry by the CSJ detected an appalling underworld of human trafficking in Britain. The CSJ report also summarised that initiatives to bust sexual slavery in modern Britain are in a condition of crisis. As per the research conducted by the independent think-tank, more than 1000 adults and kids were trafficked into or inside Britain in 2011/2012. Many were forced into prostitution, criminal activities or domestic labour.
The CSJ document mentions several cases in Britain related to repugnant sexual slavery. One such case is the case of the British teenage girl, who was raped by 90 men when she was 16 years old. She had been forced into sexual slavishness then by a trafficking gang. The CSJ document remarks that the raped British teenage girl didn’t hail from a background where she was likely to be abused. She was sexually exploited after she became friends with other susceptible girls. The raped British teenage girl was profoundly traumatised by her experience but has been able to present evidence to the CSJ about her ordeal. The girl, as per the CSJ, is now secure.
Meanwhile, responding to the CSJ report on UK sexual slavery, a spokeswoman for the Home Office has asserted that genuine positive difference is being made in this field due to investments in training for frontline professionals so that they can identify and refer abuse victims. Efforts have been initiated by the government to enhance data collection and the private sector has been roped in to safeguard investigational workers. More personalised care and assistance for abuse victims are being provided too.
As per Christian Guy, MD of the CSJ, it is distressing to learn that British kids, being trafficked within the UK, are often seen as somehow complicit in their sexual misery. This kind of mentality is unjustifiable and bizarre.
The CSJ is a think-tank, established by Iain Duncan Smith, the Work and Pensions Secretary. The CSJ desires that a new Modern Slavery Act be enacted by the Parliament to club all exploitative crimes.