Crosscutting area: impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on modern slavery
Project exploring the impact of Covid-19 on modern slavery in Sudan - a country in transition
Project exploring challenges posed by the pandemic for the UK agricultural industry.
Project exploring effective methods to build firms’ commitment to addressing modern slavery in supply chains in the face of the pandemic.
Project developing gender policy and accountability measures to prevent exploitation in the Bangladesh garment sector
Project aiming to develop guiding principles for best practice during global crises.
Project exploring the implications of the pandemic for workers at risk of exploitation in garment producing countries.
Project exploring labour issues in the medical gloves sector in Malaysia after increased pandemic demand.
Project examining the impact of the pandemic on textiles and fashion industry in India
Predicting the presence and location of informal workplaces in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic
Project analysing the impact of the pandemic on resilience to modern slavery in communities in Senegal and Kenya
Project analysing risks of exploitation for displaced Syrian workers in agriculture in the Middle East.
Owain Johnstone blogs on the key challenges for the finance sector in tackling modern slavery.
Published: 20th September 2021
Modern slavery survivors in the driving seat in five new Modern Slavery PEC research projects
Published: 8th September 2021
Forced labour import bans can be effective, but need to be considered in a wider context of complex efforts. Blog by Owain Johnstone.
Published: 15th July 2021
Research into factors making people vulnerable to exploitation is crucial to stop modern slavery from occurring.
Understanding the needs of people affected by modern slavery is crucial for developing effective systems of support.
Research into legal regulations and best practice for businesses is crucial to ending exploitation in global supply chains.
Research into the best use of the prosecution and enforcement powers and obstacles to their successful use.