Government needs to follow through on promises to support victims of modern slavery

Kevin Hyland, the UK's first Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner

On Anti-Slavery Day, 18 October, former UK Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner and recently appointed Senior Advisor to the Santa Marta Group, Kevin Hyland OBE, has called for the government to deliver on promises made to victims of modern slavery.

Caritas Bakhita House gives trafficked women ‘best possible chance’, according to report

Woman in Bakhita House

Three years after Caritas Bakhita House opened its doors, St Mary’s University Twickenham has undertaken a independent review to assess how the house has grown and developed.

Pope Francis appeals to Catholics in England and Wales to ‘open (their) eyes’ and ‘hear (the) cry’ of human trafficking victims

Pope Francis has sent a special message to Catholics in England and Wales asking them to break the chains of captivity of those who have been trafficked.