Modern Slavery in the United Kingdom (a review, 2007)
This is the first comprehensive review of the current extent of slavery in the UK and the different forms it takes, such as trafficking for sexual or domestic labour, forced labour or debt bondage. It draws on published material and websites, reports from agencies developing policy or delivering services to those affected by slavery, and interviews with key personnel in a range of agencies.
The review looks at:
- Defining the nature and scope of modern slavery
- The international context
- Slavery in the UK and the current situation here
- Sexual trafficking
It concludes with recommendations for action at the international, national and legislative level, for service delivery and for further research.