Resources

This report by the IOM and University of Bedfordshire describes the first stages of an ethically-led, two-year research study into understanding the causes, dynamics and ‘vulnerabilities’ to and resilience against human trafficking in three source countries – Albania, Vietnam and Nigeria. The focus of this report is on Albania.

This report by the IOM and University of Bedfordshire describes the first stages of an ethically-led, two-year research study into understanding the causes, dynamics and ‘vulnerabilities’ to and resilience against human trafficking in three source countries – Albania, Vietnam and Nigeria. The focus of this report is on Vietnam.

This report by the IOM and University of Bedfordshire describes the first stages of an ethically-led, two-year research study into understanding the causes, dynamics and ‘vulnerabilities’ to and resilience against human trafficking in three source countries – Albania, Vietnam and Nigeria. The focus of this report is on Nigeria.

This report by Royal Holloway University of London shows how the burdens of climate change are unequally experienced and how concerns over livelihoods and the environment must go hand in hand. The report focuses on blood bricks, which embody the converging traumas of modern slavery and climate change in our urban age.

A new collaborative study between experts at the Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham and the Office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, issued on 18 Oct 18, looks at the true extent and nature of modern slavery and human trafficking in hand car washes (HCW) in the UK.

A report by the Prison Reform Trust and Hibiscus Initiatives on foreign national women and trafficked women in the criminal justice system.

A report by the Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group analysing the UK's response to the prevention of trafficking.

This report by Polaris highlights the way industries in the private and public sector can make fundamental shifts to their systems to prevent, detect, and disrupt human trafficking.

A flyer to help nursing staff identify the key signs of modern slavery, and respond to it if they suspect it is happening.

This guide accompanies the London Working Group's referral pathway for adult victims of modern slavery. It provides non-prescriptive steps to follow when a potential victim of human trafficking or modern slavery is identified. It should be adapted to each local authority’s internal structures.

A guide to tackling slavery within supply chains for procurement professionals.

An independent inquiry by the Human Trafficking Foundation into the situation of separated and unaccompanied minors in parts of Europe.

The recommendations in this document by the Human Trafficking Foundation highlight the minimum standards needed for a sustainable support system towards recovery for adult survivors of slavery.

A study by ECPAT UK on trafficked and unaccompanied children going missing from care in the UK.

This ATMG report analyses anti-slavery legislation across the UK and highlights significant differences in a number of key areas across the three jurisdictions.

This ATMG report analyses how the victims of trafficking who are pregnant or have children are 'systematically overlooked' in the UK's anti-trafficking response.

The guide for business action on the SDGs

A report by the Human Trafficking Foundation urging the Government to review its approach to move-on support for survivors of modern slavery to help them recover from their experiences and integrate into society.

A briefing paper by the Prison Reform Trust on foreign national women, many of whom are known to have been trafficked or coerced into offending, in prison in England and Wales.

On 11th September 2017 the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, Kevin Hyland OBE, wrote to the Minister for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism, Sarah Newton MP, regarding his consultation with stakeholders on reform of the UK's National Referral Mechanism.

On 10th January 2017 the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, Kevin Hyland OBE, wrote to the Minister for Vulnerability, Safeguarding and Countering Extremism, Sarah Newton MP, regarding the UK's National Referral Mechanism.

An animated film aimed at tackling the growing issue of Vietnamese children being trafficked to the UK for cannabis cultivation.

A short film including scenarios of modern slavery in the workplace and how to identify cases of exploitation.

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