National research project on trafficking and modern slavery

Wednesday, 25 May 2016 - 6:55am

Can you help improve understanding of trafficking within the homelessness sector and the knowledge and skills it takes to tackle it?

The Office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner has commissioned The Passage to carry out a national research project with two goals:

  • to identify the scope and scale of trafficking and modern slavery issues within the homelessness sector, and
  • to identify the knowledge and skills about dealing with trafficking and modern slavery issues that exist within the homelessness sector. 

The research is being carried out via an online survey distributed to Homeless Link members and via The Passage's own links with national faith-based groups. The Passage will also run regional focus groups and one-to-one detailed discussions.

The research programme will be run throughout the summer, leading to a launch event in September at The Passage’s St Vincent Centre, to launch the report, its findings and publicise its future recommendations.

Click here to take the survey


Updated guidance on trafficking and forced labour

Click here to download our revised set of practical guidance and resources on the risks to your clients of trafficking and forced labour - spotting the signs, reporting suspicions and protecting and supporting potential victims.

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Patrick Duce

Innovation and good practice project manager

Patrick is an Innovation and Good Practice Project Manager, working on a range of innovation projects across the homelessness sector. Previously coordinated the Strategic Alliance on Migrant Destitution (SAMD) project on behalf of Homeless Link.

Telephone: 0207 840 4468
Email: patrick.duce@homelesslink.org.uk
Twitter: @PatrickDuce