Between December 2017 and December 2018, Unseen ran the UK’s first Ofsted registered children’s home for non-UK national children who have experienced trafficking (hereafter referred to as trafficked children). The model we developed was a completely new and innovative approach. It combined the consistency, boundaries, care and nurture of a family environment with the high levels of supervision and risk management of a registered children’s home, plus the additional security features of a safehouse, with staff trained to support trafficked children.

Missing Home: Providing Safety to Trafficked Children - Unseen, 2020 DOWNLOAD

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