Faith and anti-trafficking
An ESRC funded research project at the Universities of Sheffield and Leeds
This project seeks to understand how faith shapes approaches to anti-trafficking. What, if anything, is distinctive about the support offered by faith-based organisations (FBOs)? How is this support experienced by trafficked persons?
Sheffield Migration Research Group seminar
Understanding the Postsecular in Faith-Based Responses to Trafficking, Forced Labour and Slavery in the UK.
Distinctive or professionalised?
Our article investigating the roles of faith based organisations in anti-trafficking has been published in the journal Sociology.
Report launch: faith responses to modern slavery
The Faith and anti-trafficking initial findings report was launched at our conference in Sheffield today.
This was a collaboration between members of the research team, photographer Jeremy Adams and anti-trafficking organisations.
The photographs from Unhidden in Plain Sight aim to counter images used by anti-trafficking organisations which often re-victimise the people they are looking to support.