Life after trafficking in the UK: uncertainty, destitution and neglect
The UK claims to lead the fight against trafficking, but its policies on immigration, right to work, and access to benefits make it hard for survivors to recover.
Looking back: the fight to protect domestic workers with the Modern Slavery Act
The Modern Slavery Act represented a chance to restore rights to overseas domestic workers in the UK, but due to strong government opposition those rights remain denied. Why?
Modern slavery bill: migrant domestic workers fall through the gaps
UK immigration rules currently prevent migrant domestic workers from changing employers. This removes these migrant workers’ fundamental rights and leaves them vulnerable to abuse.