This report presents the results of a four-month research study into systemic and locality based factors underpinning labour exploitation within Leicester’s Garment and Textile industry, with particular emphasis on the perspective of frontline workers. The key findings are summarised here, and an outline theory-of-change for future intervention and action is presented on pages 36-49.

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