Catch-up: Modern Slavery in Sussex
Implications of the Nationality and Borders Act on modern slavery support in Sussex.
We continued the Anti-Modern Slavery: Changing the Conversation strand with a further series of four webinars aimed at professionals, communities leaders, academics, and anyone interested in this important topic.
This was the fourth and final event in the latest series. Scroll down for a complete playlist of all the Anti-Modern Slavery webinars so far.
At a time when organisations and society in general are growing in confidence about what modern slavery is – and how to spot it and report it – questions have been asked as to how the Nationality and Borders Act will impact on the work that has already been started. This panel discussion reflected on the potential impact this Bill will have.
- Emily Drew – Exploitation Coordinator, Sussex Police
- Sam Lakesmith – Modern Slavery Victim Care Head of Service, Migrant Help
- Dr Jo Wilding– Lecturer in public and migration law, University of Sussex. Principal Investigator on ESRC New Investigator Grant (SWILAMap)
BLOG: Developing Stakeholder Communities. Our Head of Delivery, Sarah Freeman, reflects on this compelling co-design project with The University of Sussex.
PODCAST: Modern Slavery – What Is It?
Four expert speakers answer the same five questions.
Our guests are: Sarah Braker, Dept of Work and Pensions; Mark Charlton, Sussex Police; Elle Weaver, Together in Sussex; Tim Read, Brighton and Hove City Council.
All webinars from the both Anti-Modern Slavery Changing the Conversation strands to watch in full.
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