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Modern slavery

The Home Office launched a campaign to raise awareness of modern slavery on Thursday 31 July 2014. It aims to educate people about the different types of slavery, how to spot the signs and report it. A television advert depicting some types of exploitation will highlight the existence of modern slavery in Britain, and encourage the public to report suspicions to a new helpline 0800 0121 700 and the website.

The helpline and website have been set up by the Home Office and the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) to ensure that suspicions are reported and that victims are referred on and receive the appropriate support. The website below provides more information about modern slavery, and an online reporting and referral process.

Learn more about modern slavery and how to report it (link opens in a new window)


 

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