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Modern Slavery Act Receives Royal Ascent

The Modern Slavery Bill has received Royal Ascent and became the Modern Slavery Act – the UK’s first major new piece of anti-slavery legislation for over 200 years reflecting the sad fact that slavery has been allowed to come back, change and flourish and today traps up to 13,000 people in slavery and servitude in the UK. Slavery was abolished but never eradicated, the Act is our chance to change this.

Unseen warmly welcomes the Act and congratulates the government in bringing forth a landmark piece of legislation that will further improve the fight against the terrible crimes of modern slavery and trafficking.

For more information click here to see Unseen's press release.

Royal Society of Medicine Human Trafficking Conference

The Royal Society of Medicine is hosting a meeting on human trafficking. The meeting aims to inform participants about human trafficking and caring for survivors of human trafficking within healthcare settings. 

For more information please click here.  

Be a good egg...

As Easter approaches, we’d like to give the survivors we work with a little boost by giving each an Easter egg. If you’d like to donate an egg, simply text EGGY15 £3 to 70070.

Check out our video to see how you can put a smile on everyone’s faces!

(If we raise more than the amount needed, every penny will go towards our safe-house for women survivors of human trafficking.)

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