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UK’s first independent anti-slavery commissioner announced

The Home Secretary has appointed Kevin Hyland as the UK’s first ever Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner. Mr Hyland, the former head of the Metropolitan Police’s world renowned Human Trafficking Unit, has over 30 years’ experience investigating organised crime and has worked … Continue reading

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On Modern Slavery

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Victim protection within the Modern Slavery Bill

After listening to evidence from Anti Slavery International and that of other like-minded organisations in the UK, the Parliamentarian Joint Committee in charge of the proposed Modern Slavery Bill published this report last week.

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STOP THE TRAFFIK’s response from the Government’s Joint Committee on Modern Slavery!

The Joint Committee on Modern Slavery, after a detailed evidence review, published a report yesterday outlining their recommendations for amendments to the Government’s Draft Modern Slavery Bill. You can read it here. STOP THE TRAFFIK’s response here says The Government’s … Continue reading

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Written evidence from TUC on the Modern Slavery Bill

You can read the Written evidence from TUC on the Modern Slavery Bill in its entirety here. Of note is this The most glaring problem with the Bill is that it does not deal with the identification and protection of … Continue reading

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