Open letter: Government must release data on slavery

We ask that the UK Government release data on victims of human trafficking and slavery Human trafficking is recognised as a serious criminal offence, which often leaves survivors with a legacy of physical and emotional abuse. Yet, we now know that many rebuilding their lives after slavery must also live with the threat of deportationContinue reading “Open letter: Government must release data on slavery”

Open letter: NGOs call for data transparency and “reconsideration” of Home Office trafficking and detention decision-making

Our letter, published in Indy Voices today: We are deeply concerned by the Government’s response to a new report outlining the detention of 507 potential victims of human trafficking in 2018 alone.[1] Last week the Minister of State for Immigration, Caroline Nokes MP, clarified that “479 [potential victims of trafficking] received a positive decision on reasonableContinue reading “Open letter: NGOs call for data transparency and “reconsideration” of Home Office trafficking and detention decision-making”