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Understanding survivor needs and enhancing victim support

Understanding the needs of people affected by modern slavery is crucial for developing effective systems of support.


Improving support for British survivors of modern slavery

Research examining the experience of British nationals with lived experience of modern slavery in the support and criminal justice systems.

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Scotland: survivor-informed support for trafficked children

Research project examining sustainable support for trafficked children, using the example of Scottish Guardianship Service.

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Modern Slavery Core Outcome Set

Research project identifying the core outcomes to be considered for survivors of modern slavery

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Placing survivor wellbeing on the policy and evidence map

Project examining mental wellbeing for survivors of modern slavery entitled to psychological recovery assistance

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Improving participation and outcomes for children following modern slavery

Research project identifying which outcomes are most important for young people with lived experience of modern slavery.

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Enabling trust, security and privacy in addressing modern slavery

Examination of barriers, incentives and opportunities to enable responsible data sharing for addressing modern slavery.

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UK: access to legal advice for survivors

Project interrogating access to legal advice and support for people referred to the UK authorities as potential victims of modern slavery.

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Interactive workshops for regional partnerships

Project to develop practical awareness raising interactive workshops for front line practitioners in local areas across the UK.

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UK trafficking - analysing top source countries

This project analysed the situation in top source countries for trafficking into the UK, accounting for up to 90% of cases.

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