Trafficked youths awarded damages
Human rights court awards compensation to men who were forced to work in cannabis factories
Two Vietnamese men who were trafficked to the UK as youths and then forced to work as gardeners in cannabis factories more than a decade ago have won their claims against the UK government at the European Court of Human Rights.
They were each awarded damages of €25,000 plus costs of €20,000. Both men complained that the UK had breached article 4 of the h…