The Clewer Initiative is a Church of England project working directly in partnership with dioceses, statutory and non-statutory bodies.
Developing partnerships at both a local and national level is a key part of our work. It provides an effective collaborative approach in order to develop strategies to detect modern slavery in our communities and help provide victim support and care.
modern slavery partnerships
Modern Slavery Partnerships are a key part of the UK’s response to modern slavery. They bring together law enforcement, statutory agencies, charities, support services, and faith groups. Members of The Clewer Initiative’s network sit on partnerships around the country.
Other partnerships with representatives from The Clewer Initiative include the Derbyshire and Derby City Modern Slavery Partnership, the Dorset Anti-Slavery Partnership, the Surrey Anti-Slavery Partnership, the Gloucestershire Anti-Slavery Partnership, the Merseyside Slavery Network, the North Yorkshire and York Modern Slavery Partnership, the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Anti-Slavery Partnership, the Swindon & Wiltshire Anti-Slavery Partnership, and the Norfolk Modern Slavery Collaboration.