Working alongside non-profits, law firms and survivor forums, we gather concrete data on survivors’ barriers to support, justice, and reparations. We strive for a future in which Governments put survivor outcomes, not just prosecutions, at the heart of public data and policy.

[+] Survivors of trafficking ‘locked up’ in detention centres
Joint investigation with Women for Refugee Women, highlighting failure to safeguard vulnerable people from being held in high-security immigration removal centres.

[+] Suspected survivors ‘routinely’ not referred for support
After Exploitation’s data investigation into the ‘support lottery’ facing survivors coming into contact with police, border enforcement, and other first responders.

[+] Most ‘rejected’ trafficking cases are overturned when appealed
An investigation using Freedom of Information (FOI) requests to the Home Office show that almost 8 in 10 (78%) trafficking cases reconsidered by the department were later found to be genuine. In hundreds of cases, survivors with grounds in a trafficking case faced delays in accessing support due to decision making errors.

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