UK Modern Slavery Fund Resources

Delta 8.7 is funded by the UK Home Office’s Modern Slavery Innovation Fund (MSIF). The following publications were produced independently of Delta 8.7 at United Nations University Centre for Policy Research. Any views expressed are those of the authors and do not represent the view of United Nations University Centre for Policy Research.

THEY SNATCHED FROM ME MY OWN CRY: THE INTERPLAY OF SOCIAL NORMS AND STIGMA IN RELATION TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN ETHIOPIA

IOM, 2021

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MODERN SLAVERY INNOVATION FUND: PHASE 1 END TERM REVIEW

MSIF, 2020

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MIGRANTS AND THEIR VULNERABILITY TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING, MODERN SLAVERY AND FORCED LABOUR

IOM, 2019

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DELTA 8.7 POLICY GUIDES: IDENTIFYING EFFECTIVE POLICIES TO ACHIEVE TARGET 8.7 IN THE CONTEXTS OF CRISIS, JUSTICE AND MARKETS

Delta 8.7, 2021

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FIRST WAVE SURVEY STUDY ON YOUTH KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES WITH REGARDS TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING, IN FOUR REGIONS IN ALBANIA

UNICEF, 2020

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‘VULNERABILITY’ TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING: A STUDY OF VIET NAM, ALBANIA, NIGERIA AND THE UK

University of Bedfordshire, IOM, IASR, The Queen’s Anniversary’s Prizes, July 2018

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THE TRADITION OF TOIL: THE INTERPLAY OF SOCIAL NORMAS AND STIGMA IN RELATION TO HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN INDONESIA

IOM, 2021

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PRECARIOUS JOURNEYS: MAPPING VULNERABILITIES OF VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING FROM VIETNAM TO EUROPE

ASI/ECPAT, 2019

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MODERN SLAVERY FUND REVIEW AND ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

UK Home Office

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