We offer a range of resources to help raise awareness of modern slavery and equip the local church and community to get involved. 



We see you

We created this film to show people in the UK that modern slavery is happening near them. It might be in your nearest town or village, or maybe even in your church. The film features Archbishop Justin Welby, newsreader and presenter Julie Etchingham, and a woman called Miriam. Miriam was trafficked to the UK to work as a domestic servant. She worked long hours with no pay. Her traffickers told Miriam that they 'owned' her. They even took her to church. No one in her church noticed what Miriam was going through. We want to make sure that can't happen again. We invite you to use this film in your church, or with a local group, to encourage them to learn how to spot the signs of modern slavery in their area. 

Modern Slavery and Night Shelters

As winter arrives, many churches are opening up their buildings for night shelters, providing a warm bed for homeless people in their community. But unfortunately the danger doesn’t stop with the cold. That’s we joined together to produce a film, encouraging those volunteering in night shelters to look out for signs of modern slavery. In the film representatives from The Clewer Initiative, Housing Justice, and Caritas Westminster encourage volunteers to report any suspicions of people being recruited, or of slavery happening in their community to the Modern Slavery Helpline on 08000 121 700. 

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