The right to effective access to justice for victims of human trafficking is established in international law, and plays a crucial role in the recovery of survivors, providing a sense of justice, closure, and the financial means to rebuild lives and avoid re-trafficking.
This week the Mayor of London and the Greater London Authority published the Police and Crime Plan 2017-2021, setting out the priorities, goals and strategic direction for the
In December the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime produced its Draft Police and Crime Plan seeking input from stakeholders across Lond
Rapid increases in self-employment, zero-hours contracts, and agency work are transforming the way we do business and the way we work, moving towards ever more ‘flexible’ models of employment.
A new report commissioned by the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner highlights that rough sleepers in London are at risk of becoming victims of modern slavery.
Access to fair compensation can play a key role in the recovery of survivors of human trafficking, providing a sense of closure and justice for the abuses committed against them.
As part of the government’s commitment to eradicating modern slavery, in 2016 the Prime Minister commissioned an HMIC
Leading experts on labour exploitation, Focus on Labour Exploitation, today welcome the appointment of Prof. Sir David Metcalf CBE as the UK's first Director of Labour Market Enforcement.
Trafficking for labour exploitation is a pervasive and largely hidden crime in the UK. Opportunities to identify those who have been trafficked are few, and critical – if a victim is not recognized and appropriately supported, the chance may be permanently missed.
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