It is clear that today human trafficking and modern slavery are recognised as crucial social problems that governments and other policy actors need to do something about. But how do we find out what works and what does not? How do we change things if they are not working? And do enough people care? This short presentation explores the work by the University of Hull in fighting forms of contemporary slavery in the UK.
Dr Lorena Arocha is Lecturer in Contemporary Slavery at the Wilberforce Institute, University of Hull. She has previously conducted research on policy and practice related to modern slavery and trafficking for over ten years in the UK and other countries.
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