Today Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX) launches a ground breaking report: Risky Business: Tackling Exploitation in
Home Secretary Amber Rudd yesterday announced that all potential modern slavery cases would now be decided by a single unit within the Home Office, completely contradicting the findings of its own 2014 review of the decision-making process.
“They just tied a cable around my waist, and the guy on the roof had another cable around his waist and this is how we did things. I had to do it, otherwise they sent me home. If I said I didn’t want to do it, they would say: go home, we’ll find another.
FLEX Policy Director, Caroline Robinson, delivered a statement on the impact of immigration control measures on vulnerability to exploitation at the Global Compact o
Late last month, Qatar approved legislation that provides legal protections for domestic workers.
Originally published on Politics.co.uk 08.09.17
A leaked document revealing the government’s proposals to prevent low-skilled workers from coming to UK is adding to the chaos and confusion aroun
In a report published today, Focus on Labour Exploitation (FLEX) and the Labour Exploitation Advisory Group (LEAG) have reported that uncertainty a
In a report published today a group of experts on modern slavery reveal that uncertainty, confusion and threats to EU migrants as a result of Brexi
Victims of human trafficking have the right to support and protection.
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