Campaign news: Government “does not back” end to detention of trafficking victims. Rejects calls for 12 months’ victim support.

This week, we are saddened by the Government’s response to our Anti Slavery Day joint letter, supported by more than 50+ experts by experience, academics, NGOs and law firms. The coalition of advocates called on Government to back provisions in the Modern Slavery (Victim Support) Bill, which would guarantee all human trafficking survivors a minimumContinue reading “Campaign news: Government “does not back” end to detention of trafficking victims. Rejects calls for 12 months’ victim support.”

After Exploitation data shows 1 in 5 potential slavery victims “identified but not referred for support”

New data obtained by After Exploitation reveals that 1 in 5 (19%) potential slavery victims identified by UK authorities are not referred into the framework designed to provide them with legal assistance, counselling and safe housing. 4,355 potential slavery victims were identified in a four-month period last year, but 1 in 5 (19%, n =Continue reading “After Exploitation data shows 1 in 5 potential slavery victims “identified but not referred for support””