This is a summary of the report: A Review of Promising Practices in the Engagement of People with Lived Experience to Address Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking. The full report can be accessed on the Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre (the Modern Slavery PEC) website at www.modernslaverypec.org/resources/best-practice-engagement-livedexperience. This research was funded by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and conducted by the University of Liverpool, as a consortium partner of the Modern Slavery PEC. It took place between February-June 2022.
Promising practices in the engagement of people with lived experience to address modern slavery and human trafficking, Modern Slavery & Human Rights Policy & Evidence Centre, 2022 DOWNLOAD

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