Kate Garbers

Kate Garbers
Co-founder & Managing Director of Unseen
5th January 2018
Discount salons are booming – and fuelling a rise in slave labour. Consumers must make sure that the price of cheap treatment is not exploitation Read More
 
25th October 2017
Policing modern slavery - We cannot and should not expect all the answers to modern slavery to come from policing in isolation. We have to take responsibility as wider society to raise awareness of this crime – media, businesses, schools, health services, local authority services and the third sector all have a role to play in understanding this issue and highlighting it. Read More
 
19th October 2017
Anti-Slavery Day is over. So what do we do now? Read Kate Garbers' thoughts below. Read More
 
4th May 2017
Kate explains Unseen's first-of-its-kind model for supporting trafficked young people and why House Parents are at the core of this support network. Read More
 
2nd March 2017
In the news a few weeks ago, following an inspection and subsequent report: An Inspection of Border Force’s Identification and Treatment of Potential Victims of Modern Slavery, by the Chief Inspector of Borders, David Bolt, UK Border Force have been criticised for failing to potentially identify thousands of victims of modern slavery. Read More
 
17th October 2016
Modern slavery can be an overwhelming subject to think about. For most, it conjures visual imagery of... Read More
 
14th October 2016
Earlier this year a Guardian article conservatively estimated that the number of paper cups handed out by coffee shops was more than 8 million a day, over 3 billion a year. They further reported that they believed less than 1 in 400 of these where being recycled... Read More
 
13th October 2016
The substandard recording of modern slavery crimes by police forces across the UK has been widely reported this week... Read More