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Modern Slavery in the UK - Newsletter

Identifying Pathways to Support British Victims of Modern Slavery towards Safety and Recovery: A Scoping Study St Mary's University Twickenham London, and Bakhita Centre for Research on Slavery, Exploitation and Abuse This research focuses on British victims of modern slavery. Findings identify victims' needs and experiences, gaps in service provision, barriers to support, and experiences of the Criminal Justice System. The report also provides thorough recommendations for future practice. The full report is available here. You can also access a research summary and further information here. The vulnerability of paid migrant live-in care workers in London to modern slavery The Rights Lab, Focus on Labour Exploitation, Oxford Brookes University, Institute of Public Care, and the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine There have been longstanding concerns about severe forms of exploitation in the UK care sector. This report presents the findings arising from an 18-month research project regarding a specialised form of domestic work; live-in carers delivering personalised care in London. Detailed recommendations are made across two major policy priority areas. The report is available here.


Homes for Ukraine Research The Rights Lab The Rights Lab are looking to hear from anyone who's volunteered and/or hosted for under the 'Homes For Ukraine' scheme. They are specifically interested in your motivations for hosting. For more information and to participate in the research, follow this link.

Next Steps

This newsletter is designed to update you on the latest resources available via the anti-slavery partnership toolkit. Every month we highlight new documents, and also call for examples from our readers, which could help to fill an existing gap in knowledge. Sharing learning is essential to building evidence about effective action against modern slavery, and we are keen to develop the impact of both the toolkit, and anti-slavery partnership work more broadly. If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact us.

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