IASC and Rights Lab launch call for evidence on re-trafficking
The Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner and the University of Nottingham Rights Lab have today (20 May 2021) launched a call for evidence on re-trafficking to inform a rapid piece of research.
The research, commissioned by the IASC and led by the Rights Lab, aims to understand the evidence, data and literature available on re-trafficking as well as to hear from those in the sector about their experiences and the reality of re-trafficking in their work.
This evidence will allow us to identify knowledge and data gaps in relation to re-trafficking and its causes. The research will also aim to identify any re-trafficking prevention strategies that have been implemented and make recommendations relevant to a UK context as appropriate.
We are seeking evidence from across the modern slavery sector including: service providers, NGOs and CSOs, local government, survivor organisations and individuals, businesses, academics and policymakers.
We are looking to gather views and evidence on:
- Definitions of re-trafficking
- Causes and drivers
- Prevention and mitigation
- Guidance and good practice
Please contact Katherine Lawson, Research and Innovation Lead at the Office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner: firstname.lastname@example.org
This call for evidence will run until 30 June 2021.