Forced labour and adult social care
Forced labour is any work or service in which people are forced to do against their will, under threat of punishment. This can take place in a wide range of employment sectors, including social care. People using health and social care services may also be victims of modern slavery or human trafficking.
Social care organisations also have a role in identifying victims of modern slavery and human trafficking who come to them to access services. This Strategic Briefing aims to enable strategic leaders to become familiar with the key research and gain a greater understanding as to what will best support victims of forced labour.
Designed for: Local authority strategic leaders and decision-makers. It will also be of interest to frontline managers and their staff.
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