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Assisted Voluntary Return for Survivors of Modern Slavery: Survey

The Human Trafficking Foundation has developed a survey, with the support of International Organization for Migration, in an attempt to improve understanding of the voluntary return services available to survivors of modern slavery throughout the UK. This survey should be completed by organisations that provide direct assistance to survivors, including advocacy groups, NGO-run safe houses, local authorities or police.

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Trafficking for labour exploitation: a roadmap to prevention

Trafficking for labour exploitation is at once a serious crime, a human rights breach and a violation of labour law. It happens all over the world, in every industry, yet still is poorly understood and often goes unnoticed and unreported. FLEX’s new report Risky Business: Tackling Exploitation in the UK Labour Market exposes the root causes of labour exploitation in the UK, and sets out a roadmap to prevent it by tackling head on the attitudes, practices and gaps in protection that allow exploitation to thrive.

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A pathway to recovery?

The pathway from ‘victim’ to ‘survivor’ of trafficking can be tricky to navigate. Each person’s circumstances will be different, but for many it will involve recovering from the effects of exploitation on their mental or physical health as well as addressing immediate material needs such as somewhere to live and money for food and essential supplies. 

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