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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.

By conducting this survey we hope to identify which organisations are involved and what steps they are taking when a survivor indicates they wish to return home. This process will help to highlight examples of good practice which exist as well as any gaps in provision. These will be explored in more detail at a workshop with relevant stakeholders later in the year. This will provide an opportunity for stakeholders to learn, share expertise, promote good practice, identify gaps and replicate services.

We are very grateful for your time in completing this survey and ask that you provide as much detail as possible. Please return by Friday 28th September

The survey can be found here.

If you have any questions, please contact euan@humantraffickingfoundation.org or ccullen@iom.int

 

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