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Taskforce for Victims of Trafficking in Immigration Detention ‘Illegal Migration’ Bill – Second Reading Briefing

March 2023

Illegal Migration Bill – Committee Stage Amendments Briefing

May 2023

Illegal Migration Bill – Joint civil society briefing for the House of Lords second reading

May 2023

LEAG Submission to the Home Affairs Committee inquiry on Human Trafficking

August 2023

LEAG Submission to the Joint Committee on Human Rights: Human Rights at Work

September 2023

FLEX Submission to the ICIBI call for evidence to inform an inspection of the Home Office’s illegal enforcement activity

October 2023

FLEX submission to the 2024 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report

February 2024

Detention Taskforce Submission to the ICIBI call for evidence on the inspection of the Immigration Enforcement Competent Authority

February 2024

Briefing note: Rights Removal Bill

November 2022

Improving Access to Compensation for Victims of Trafficking for Labour Exploitation in the UK

September 2016

Improving the Identification and Support of Victims of Trafficking for Labour Exploitation in the EU

September 2016

Submission to the UN Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Slavery: Responses to Questionnaire on Access to Justice and Remedy

April 2017

FLEX Guide to Legal Remedies for Victims of Trafficking for Labour Exploitation

June 2017

FLEX submission: UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons on early identification of victims and potential victims of trafficking in persons, and identification of indicators of vulnerabilities to trafficking in the context of mixed migration flow

January 2018

FLEX submission to the Public Accounts Committee on Reducing Modern Slavery

February 2018

LEAG Submission to the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration call for evidence: ‘Adults at Risk’ in immigration detention

February 2019

Detaining Victims: Human Trafficking and the UK Immigration System

July 2019

General Election 2019: FLEX’s 9 Steps to End Labour Exploitation

November 2019

Guidance: understanding victim perspectives in identifying and reporting cases of labour exploitation

August 2016

Legal rights & options for victims of human trafficking in the UK

July 2016

FLEX Written Submission: Modern Slavery Bill Evidence Review

November 2013

Written Evidence submitted by Focus on Labour Exploitation to the Joint Committee on the draft Modern Slavery Bill

February 2014

FLEX Parliamentary Briefing, Modern Slavery Bill, House of Commons Second Reading

July 2014

FLEX Parliamentary Briefing, Modern Slavery Bill, House of Lords Report Stage

February 2015

Identification and Support of Victims of Trafficking for Labour Exploitation in the Netherlands, the UK and Romania

February 2016

Vulnerability to human trafficking for labour exploitation

May 2016

Pro-Act UK Pilot Report

July 2016

FLEX Working Paper: Access to Compensation for Victims of Human Trafficking

July 2016

Support entitlements in the UK: National Referral Mechanism for victims of human trafficking

July 2016

Submission to the UN Human Rights Committee regarding the List of Issues for the UK Review of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights

January 2020

Joint Submission to the Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings Third Evaluation Round

February 2020

FLEX Working Paper 02: Access to Justice for Victims of Trafficking

March 2015

FLEX written submission on the UK Modern Slavery Strategy Review

November 2021

FLEX written submission on the Nationality and Borders Bill

October 2021

Access to work for survivors of slavery to enable independence and sustainable freedom

March 2021

#30 Days to Act for Survivors at Risk of Detention

March 2021

Letter: New Home Office policy on rough sleeping and the increased risks of modern slavery

December 2020

Messaging ‘Modern Slavery’

July 2020

Letter to the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the Immigration Detention of Victims of Human Trafficking in the UK

May 2020

As UN Experts express alarm, coalition calls on the Government to end hostility towards survivors of trafficking and modern slavery

December 2022

Anti-Slavery Sector’s CEO Letter to MPs on the Nationality and Borders Bill

December 2021

Identifying victims of trafficking in immigration detention – National Referral Mechanism decision making between 2017-2022

January 2022

Detention Taskforce briefing for House of Lords – Nationality and Borders Bill

December 2021

Joint Briefing on Secure Reporting Amendment for Nationality and Borders Bill House of Lords Reporting Stage

February 2022

Anti-trafficking Sector Response to the Ministry of Justice’s Human Rights Act Reform Consultation

March 2022

Human Trafficking & Modern Slavery Submission to the United Kingdom UN Periodic Review, 4th cycle, November 2022

April 2022

Joint Briefing for Committee debate on the draft Slavery and Human Trafficking (Definition of Victim) Regulations 2022

June 2022

Joint response to the Legal Aid Means Test Review: Access to Legal Aid for Survivors of Trafficking and Modern Slavery

June 2022

Detention Taskforce submission of evidence: Pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Victims Bill

June 2022

Sir Mo Farah’s bravery must inspire government to act for all victims

July 2022

Human Rights of Asylum Seekers in the UK – Detention Taskforce Response to Joint Committee on Human Rights call for evidence

December 2022

Anti-trafficking sector joint response to Immigration Legal Aid consultation on new fees for new services

September 2022

Bad Decisions: the creation of an Immigration Enforcement Competent Authority will undermine identifying and protecting victims of crime

November 2021