British survivors of modern day slavery are not being adequately listened to or heard in the antislavery sector, let alone across the UK. Yet they are the now the largest cohort in the Government’s annual modern slavery referral data. This evasion has to change and we must allow the voices of British survivors and their families to lead the way.

The Voice of British Survivors of Modern Slavery - Human Trafficking Foundation, 2021 DOWNLOAD

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