Human Trafficking and Modern Day Slavery
While awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking is slowly growing, the signs are often hidden, making victims even harder to recognise.
Businesses like nail bars, takeaways, car washes and farms may unknowingly be employing people who have been trafficked into the country – or they could be a cover.
Landlords could be providing accommodation to groups of people being controlled or exploited. And taxi companies, petrol stations or hotels may be used when transporting, holding or working victims.
It's closer than you think.
How you can help - be their voice
Here's what to look out for if someone may be at risk of harm: