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Home Office announce improved support for survivors of modern slavery

The Home Office have announced a series of reforms to the support offered to survivors of modern slavery in the UK.

Anti-Slavery Day Awards 2017 celebrate work done to tackle modern slavery

The winners of the Anti-Slavery Day Awards 2017 were announced in the State Rooms of Speaker's House on Wednesday 18th October.

Nobody Deserves to Live this Way!

Inquiry finds that instead of protecting children who have fled to Europe for safety, Government is failing them.

Rescued slaves abandoned as abusers go free

Theresa May is facing embarrassment after serious failings in her campaign against modern slavery were identified by a cross-party committee of MPs.

‘Inexcusable’ failures in UK’s response to modern slavery leaving victims destitute while abusers go free, report warns

“Inexcusable” failures in the UK’s system for dealing with modern slavery are leaving victims reduced to destitution while their abusers go free because they are not adequately supported to testify against them, an alarming report has warned.

Slaves miss out on £3m compensation

Convicted slavers have paid millions in compensation in the past three years but less than 5 per cent has reached their victims, Home Office figures show.

Guardian investigations win anti-slavery media awards

The Guardian’s role in highlighting the human cost of modern slavery, trafficking and sexual exploitation has been recognised in a series of awards marking Anti-Slavery Day.

Anti-Slavery Day Awards 2016

The winners of the Anti-Slavery Day Awards 2016 were announced at the State Rooms of Speaker's House on Tuesday 18th October.

Day 46: Is there life after the Safe House for Survivors of Modern Slavery?

A new report from the Human Trafficking Foundation exposes how victims of modern slavery and human trafficking rescued in the UK are abandoned after 45 days.

UK urged to improve protection of child victims of human trafficking

In a report published today, the Council of Europe’s Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) has urged the United Kingdom to improve the identification and protection of child victims of traffickin

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