Modern slavery & human trafficking
We represent victims of human trafficking to pursue civil claims against British companies and organisations involved in or profiting from the exploitation to which they are subjected
We represent victims of human trafficking to pursue civil claims against British companies and organisations involved in or profiting from the exploitation to which they are subjected.
We are also advocating for improved laws, submitting evidence for example to the British and Australian Parliaments regarding improvements that could be made to the law to give greater protection to those at risk.
We work with a range of activists seeking to improve access to justice for the victims of exploitation and modern slavery.
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Exploitation and modern slavery is big business. It is estimated to be worth £115 billion worldwide. More than 40 million people are believed to be affected, including almost 25 million people trapped in forced labour.
The overwhelming majority are subjected to labour exploitation in the private sector, often in construction, agriculture or domestic work.
Corporate accountability for these widespread and serious human rights abuses is essential not only to end the suffering of today’s victims, but also to prevent more people being subjected to such abusive practices in future.
We are using our legal expertise in bringing complex claims to help combat modern slavery, whether in the UK or overseas.