We work to bring about change by carrying out research, influencing policy, engaging businesses, running training programmes, and working together with workers and other organisations.
Our wide-ranging research focuses on identifying and understanding the systems and structures that can drive labour exploitation.Read more
We work to strengthen legislation and government policy so that fewer people experience labour exploitation, and those who do are supported to access justice and rebuild their lives.Read more
We work to improve corporate reporting and mechanisms for addressing human trafficking in supply chains and advocate for a more effective legislative and regulatory framework.Read more
We offer bespoke training on labour exploitation and modern slavery for public authorities and statutory services, frontline community-based organisations and other NGOs.Read more
We work alongside other organisations committed to the rights of vulnerable workers and those working to combat human trafficking, and is guided by organisations working with people affected by or at risk of labour exploitation.Read more