In partnership with the University of Nottingham, the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner has launched research looking into modern slavery partnerships.

Partnerships have formed in regions across the UK bringing together different local authority departments, law enforcement agencies and charities to address the crime of slavery. This research identifies how effective those partnerships are, and the ingredients needed for successful partnership working.

As part of the research project, a new website has launched with an interactive map displaying where anti-slavery activities are taking place across the country. The map allows users to search for efforts in different areas and clearly see what activities are included in a specific area. See here for further information:

You can access the full research report here. This can also be downloaded from our Resources page.