Establishing Britain as a world leader in the fight against modern slavery: report of the Modern Slavery Bill evidence review

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Butler-Sloss, Elizabeth; Field, Frank; Randall, Sir John
Centre for Social Justice
Date of publication
16 December 2013
Legislation, Employment
Social welfare
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The Home Secretary asked the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) to host a number of evidence sessions to help shape the Government’s Modern Slavery Bill. Labour MP Frank Field, in his role as vice chair of the Human Trafficking Foundation, led the independent review.

Experts from the UK and the international community, including NGOs, senior police officers, lawyers and also survivors of slavery, were invited to give evidence on the focus of the new laws. The Review drew on the very best expertise from around the world on how to most effectively combat modern slavery

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