The aims of the Commissioner are twofold: to see an increase in the number of victims of modern slavery that are identified and referred for appropriate support; and, in tandem, to see an increase in the number of prosecutions and convictions of traffickers and slave masters.


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News | 30 January 2018
Today The Evening Standard and The Independent newspapers, in partnership with the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, publish a report detailing the findings of their special investigation into modern slavery. The report was launched in...
News | 26 January 2018
Modern slavery and human trafficking will not be solved without a concerted effort by the private sector. Of the estimated 40 million people enslaved today, 16 million are thought to be working for companies around the world, which is why I have written...
News | 12 January 2018
The Commissioner has launched a new guide in collaboration with the Local Government Association providing an overview of the steps councils can take to understand and tackle modern slavery in their area.
News | 03 January 2018
No part of the UK is immune from the brutal abuse of modern slavery. From cities to suburbs, men, women and children are exploited in residential homes converted into brothels, factories with hazardous working conditions, farms securely surveilled and...
News | 20 December 2017
The Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner spoke with the Thomson Reuters Foundation on tackling modern day slavery. The Commissioner called for a complete shift in culture in order to address the crime with the severity required. You can read the full...

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