News

10th February 2020
Monthly drop-in activity groups offer survivors a way to connect with each other as they rebuild their lives in the community. Sarah Moore from our Fundraising team reflects on meeting a number of young mums at a drop-in pamper session. Read More
 
21st December 2018
North Wales Police are one of a number of forces in the UK to utilise the Unseen App, explains Sergeant Richard Sidney Read More
 
13th July 2018
Of course not all of the estimated ten to twenty thousand hand car washes in the UK are exploiting their workers. But our data did reveal that the scale of the problem is huge. 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
 
13th October 2016
The substandard recording of modern slavery crimes by police forces across the UK has been widely reported this week... Read More
 
17th August 2016
BBC Three’s 3-part series follows volunteers who signed up to live the life of a modern day slave for 24 hours. Delivered to their gang masters, they are stripped of their identities and forced to work. Honor Willis tells Unseen of her experience… Read More
 
8th August 2016
I had a moment the other night when I momentarily panicked! From the inside, and as the Managing Director of Unseen, I know that our recent spate of advertising for new job opportunities is a good thing... Read More