Multi-agency anti-slavery partnerships

About the project

This map, and the accompanying research report, are part of a collaborative project between the Office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner (IASC) and the University of Nottingham.

The aim of the work was to map multi-agency anti-slavery partnerships across the UK, identify potential examples of ``good practice`` among them and understand the conditions that helped to facilitate success.

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Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner

The UK Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner is responsible for promoting best practice and driving crucial improvement across the anti-slavery response, both in the UK and internationally. Kevin Hyland OBE was the UK’s inaugural Commissioner and left the post in July 2018.

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University of Nottingham Rights Lab

Home to the world's leading contemporary slavery experts and have built the world's first large-scale research platform for ending slavery. The Sustainable Development Goals call for an end to slavery by 2030. With governments and NGOs, we are designing new research-led antislavery interventions to help achieve this. Our 14 projects, demonstrate the Freedom Dividend: a safer, greener, more prosperous and equal world for everyone when slavery is brought to an end.

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