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Modern Slavery Act increases identification of slavery victims
LEXISNEXIS BIS – UK
The number of people identified as victims of modern slavery in England and Wales has increased fivefold since 2012, according to a new report issued by the Salvation Army: ‘Bulletin on The Salvation Army’s Adult Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Victim Care & Coordination Contract‘. The report suggests the increase may be due to improvements in victim identification, not a growth in those affected. This report reminds corporations of the risk of doing business with a third-parties involved in modern slavery and human trafficking. report said the increase may be due to improvements in victim identification.