Anyone can be exploited, or become a victim of modern slavery, no matter their age, gender or nationality. This report focuses specifically on Chinese women, due to the experiences of Caritas Bakhita House, Rahab and Tamar. It is hoped that it can support wider understanding of the journey, exploitation and barriers often experienced by this demographic and improve the response by practitioners.

This report explores the predicaments and methods that lead Chinese women to come to the UK whilst drawing on the stories of women supported by Caritas Bakhita House, Rahab and Tamar. Touching on the experiences of exploitation, the report explores the indicators and the best practice response for supporting Chinese women who have experienced exploitation.

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