UK anti-slavery policy at the border: humanitarian opportunism and the challenge of victim consent to assistance
The UK’s Modern Slavery Strategy, launched in 2014, gives Border Force Officers a key role as anti-slavery first responders, identifying and supporting victims at the border. Yet, while an estimated 94 percent of victims identified in the UK cross UK borders, in 2016 less than 3 percent of victim re...
European journal of criminology
Year: 2020, Volume: 17, Issue: 5, Pages: 678-698
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