Past Events –

The Barriers to Accessing Work and Education for Modern Slavery Survivors


Join our panel Adult Educator Jane Williamson, The Sophie Hayes Foundation and Kalayaan to discuss how, in order for survivors of modern slavery to recover from their exploitation, they must be provided with meaningful options to develop autonomy through both work and education. This online forum follows the Access to Work Coalition's report 'Access to […]

One Year On: Promoting Race Equality, Diversity and Inclusion


Join us at the second EDI Online Conference to mark the launch of BME Anti-Slavery Network's (BASNET) publication 'Promoting Racial Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An Action Plan for the UK Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Sector.' This is an opportunity to look inwards and address the lack of diversity and inclusion in our sector and discuss […]

The Real Faces of Modern Slavery: Unmasking the Truth Exhibition

A journey through the compelling stories of survivors identified and supported within our surrounding area, with visual and audio content depicting their experiences past and present and their future aspirations as they start to attempt to rebuild their lives. An educational experience with an insight into Modern Slavery with factual information, dispelling the common myths. […]

UK Anti-Slavery Day 2021

UK Anti-Slavery Day, 18th October, is a chance to raise awareness of Modern Slavery, highlight the important work being done by NGOs and statutory authorities, and focus attention on areas of policy and practice where improvements still need to be made. The Human Trafficking Foundation have complied a calendar of Anti-Slavery Day Events which can […]

Anti-Slavery Day Awards Ceremony 2021


This year we are taking the awards online. Open to everyone in the sector, the Anti-Slavery Day Awards 2021 will celebrate the incredible of work of organisations and individuals going above and beyond in the fight against Modern Slavery and will recognise the important role played by the media in raising awareness of the issue. […]

Survivors and the Interplay of Exploitation with Learning Disabilities


Co-hosted with the Snowdrop Project, this online forum will investigate the under-explored correlation between learning disabilities and Modern Slavery. Learn more about the challenges that practitioners and survivors with learning disabilities face from experiences of navigating the NRM and asylum systems, not receiving additional support in interviews, issues surrounding undiagnosed learning disabilities and the absence […]

Online Forum: Human Trafficking Through an International Lens


"This forum will examine forms of human trafficking around the world, considering both the UK's response and the global industries complicit. In the forum we will hear from the Coalition to End Forced Labour, calling on companies to ensure they are not complicit in the systematic forced labour of Uyghur people in China, with a Parliamentary […]

HTF Online Forum: Rwanda Offshoring Proposal & Modern Slavery


"On Thursday 14th April, the Government announced a new asylum arrangement that seeks to offshore individuals seeking asylum in the UK to Rwanda. This proposal will see asylum seekers travelling to the UK illegally considered for relocation in Rwanda where their claims will be processed without the option of returning to the UK once decisions […]

Addressing the Risks of Exploitation for Displaced Ukrainians in the UK


"On the 18th March the Government's Home for Ukraine Scheme opened for visa applications. Under the scheme displaced Ukrainian nationals who have a named sponsor are able to seek refuge in the UK. The Anti-Trafficking sector are concerned about the exploitation and trafficking risks that the scheme presents. This forum will explore issues around unaccompanied […]