Exploitation – Qatar, the 2022 FIFA World Cup and Migrant Workers’ Exploitation

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Football fans and two of our International Systemic Change team, Nicole Munns and Kaavya Singh, examine the need for Qatar to honour its commitments to migrant workers as the World Cup… Read More

It’s Time to Stop Slavery – our new campaign

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Justice and Care has joined forces with 16 other anti-slavery organisations on a new campaign to mark Anti-Slavery Day 2022, “Time to Stop Slavery”. Working together under the banner of the Coalition to Stop… Read More

Stop Slavery Award Winner

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We are delighted to announce that our UK Victim Navigator Programme has been awarded a coveted Thomson Reuters Foundation Stop Slavery Award – the equivalent of an Oscar in the… Read More

Ukraine Crisis: What is happening and what are we doing?

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We are horrified and sickened by the illegal Russian invasion of Ukraine. There are no words, only a deep sadness and longing to do anything to help those affected.  One… Read More

A New Vision for Supporting Victims of Modern Slavery

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Last week many of us will have watched the shocking BBC documentary ‘Sold: Sex Slaves Next Door’ about young women from Romania trafficked into UK brothels. A week earlier a… Read More

More support for survivors of slavery

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Yesterday in the House of Commons, the Government agreed to take an important step in the fight against modern day slavery, writes Louise Gleich the Acting Head of our Modern Slavery… Read More

Letter to your MP: Nationality and Borders Bill Amendments

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The key to securing more modern slavery and human trafficking convictions in the UK is through victims’ testimony and engagement with the police. Yet the Nationality and Borders Bill is… Read More

It’s time to kick the drug dealing cuckoos out of the nest

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‘Cuckooing’ is an integral part of the criminal model run by the county lines gangs. As the name suggests it involves the gang taking over somebody’s home against their will… Read More

Climate Change and Modern Slavery

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From today and over the next week, world leaders will gather for the COP26 conference in Scotland. Without firm action to reverse climate change is it becoming clear that millions… Read More

Slave Trade: On the front line

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On 8 August 2021, Justice and Care were featured in the Sunday Times Magazine. Author and journalist Steve Boggan and photographer Andrew Testa spent weeks following the Met Police Modern… Read More

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