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Suvivor’s Engagement

The survivor's engagement project seeks to include the voices of survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking in the upcoming Modern Slavery Strategy.

Background

The Modern Slavery Strategy review was announced in March 2021, with the aim of developing a revised government strategy which will be published in Spring 2022. The Home Office is committed to engaging those with lived experiences of modern slavery to inform and shape this policy, including through the development of the new Modern Slavery Strategy and beyond.

Objectives

Trilateral Research and City Hearts have been commissioned to support the Home Office by undertaking research with survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking. The project runs February – April 2022.

Outputs

The research that is being undertaken to understand survivors’ experiences includes:

  • Individual interviews with survivors of modern slavery of any nationality who experienced exploitation in the UK
  • Online surveys to be completed by survivors of modern slavery of any nationality who experienced exploitation in the UK
  • Focus Groups with survivors of modern slavery of any nationality who experienced exploitation in the UK

The results of this empirical research will feed into a report for the Home Office.  All feedback from participants will be anonymised.

It is expected that engagement in the research will take approximately one hour of your time. If you are a survivor of modern slavery or an organisation working with survivors of modern slavery in the UK and would like to provide your experience/s by participating in this research and/or would like further information about the study, please contact the project manager Dr Julia Muraszkiewicz julia.muraszkiewicz@trilateralresearch.com

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