12,727 people were referred to authorities as suspected victims of modern slavery in 2021, according to Home Office data.
Dr Julia Tomas is an anti-slavery coordinator at the Passage and manages the Passage Modern Slavery Service. This service provides support to victims of modern slavery who are homeless in Westminster and Camden. In this video, Julia discusses some of the challenges survivors of modern slavery face, highlighting the link between modern slavery and homelessness.
Outlining these challenges, she introduces the multi-agency case conference approach to identify the support survivors need when accessing services. She concludes by summarising the importance of sharing data between services to address the gaps in victim support.
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12,727 people were referred to authorities as suspected victims of modern slavery in 2021, according to Home Office data. Dr Julia Tomas is the anti-slavery coordinator at the Passage, in this video she discusses the multi agency case conference approach they have in place to provide wrap around support for survivors of modern slavery.
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