To find out more about how the SII has been experienced, the Expert Review gathered information from two surveys and 10 interviews with key stakeholders.

There were 14 SSO (all US-based) and 10 FI survey respondents (seven US, two Canada, and one UK). The survey data provided insights into some of the successes and the barriers to participation.

To gain a deeper understanding, interviews were undertaken with key personnel from SSOs (five), FIs (two), and with survivors (three)[3]. The insights gathered are summarized here and detailed further in the second section, with case study examples.

Lessons from the Survivor Inclusion Initiative (SII) in the UK, US, and Canada - United Nations University and Finance Against Slavery and Trafficking, 2022 DOWNLOAD

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