Partnership is essential to effective action against modern slavery. Throughout the UK many different organisations are working hard to prevent slavery, promote identification of victims, provide support services to survivors, and ensure that slavery cannot flourish.
Explore this toolkit to find out how to improve your local partnership’s response to slavery.
Our checklist will help you to review your partnership needs, and highlight relevant resources on this site.
Thinking about accountability, action planning, or performance management? Review our governance library for examples that might help.
Information to help you with key aspects of partnership work, such as planning an awareness campaign, engaging with different partners, or reviewing care pathways.
Reports and guidance
Stay up to date on the latest legislation and guidance.
UK Training Library
Free quality-assured training resources, accredited and updated by the UK Modern Slavery Training Delivery Group.
Get in touch if you have further resources to offer or want to know more.
The Slavery-Free Campus: A blueprint for university action against modern slavery
This report presents research regarding universities as sites of exploitation risk, sites of risk mitigation, and sites of antislavery education and engagement. These findings are then developed to present ‘The Slavery-Free Campus Blueprint’ which consists of 38 practical steps that universities can take to address modern slavery.
Supporting European Economic Area (EEA) nationals with care needs
This factsheet provides information to help local authorities establish a person’s support options when they are destitute or at risk of homelessness. Specific attention is paid to changes to EEA nationals’ immigration rights and requirements following Brexit.
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Help us to improve this toolkit
To make the best use of this energy and commitment we need to share resources and knowledge. This toolkit presents a selection of resources which may be useful to those planning multi-agency anti-slavery activity, or already working within anti-slavery partnerships. We are grateful to all those who have shared information and data with us so far, and welcome suggestions for further materials we could include: