These are very challenging times. Many of our partner agencies are at the frontline of the unfolding crisis, and will be working around the clock to ensure that we are all protected where possible. We are sure you are with us in our huge gratitude to all those who have stepped up ever further to keep us safe, healthy and secure under these difficult circumstances.
We must all work hard to keep essential services functioning during this period. We will remain focused on protecting the most vulnerable in our society, which includes those who are trafficked and exploited.
Victims of trafficking are rarely in good health, cannot control their exposure to disease, and have limited or no access to social safety nets such as the NHS.
The Anti-Slavery Partnership will continue to respond to human trafficking through a multi-disciplinary and collaborative effort. To learn more about what we do, read our 2019 annual report.
- Kate Garbers, Managing Director of Unseen
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