This report is a summary of a consultation into research priorities on modern slavery for the Policy and Evidence Centre on Modern Slavery and Human Rights.

The consultation was carried out between July and October 2020, overseen by a Working Group composed of members of the Modern Slavery PEC Senior Management Board and Advisory Group.

The report outlines key research areas, themes and topics identified during the consultation, as well as guiding principles driving the Modern Slavery PEC research agenda: effectiveness, equity and survivor involvement.

The consultation will contribute to the Modern Slavery PEC’s research strategy and delivery plan.

Consultation on the Modern Slavery PEC's research priorities - Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre, 2021 DOWNLOAD

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