Modern slavery is a serious crime in which individuals are exploited for little or no pay. Exploitation includes, but is not limited to, sexual exploitation, forced or bonded labour, forced criminality, domestic servitude and the removal of organs.
The Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner demands a consistent response across the UK in order to ensure that victims are properly supported and those who offend are pursued and prosecuted accordingly. The Commissioner works with law enforcement agencies, charities, faith groups, businesses, international organisations and government agencies.
Great read about Sara Thornton @UKAntiSlavery running Run for Love with the @the_tribe_way. The event has both raised funds directly impacting survivors and more awareness of #modernslavery. https://a.msn.com/r/2/BBZ3M8T?m=en-gb&referrerID=InAppShare …
3/3 Please send written submissions to the Office by 11:45 pm on Monday 2 March 2020
2/3 The Commissioner is interested in the broadest range of cases in order to gain a better understanding of what is happening on the ground in respect of the use of the Section 45 statutory defence