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New online Anti-Slavery Partnership Toolkit launched

The Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner's (IASC) office, in collaboration with the Rights Lab at the University of Nottingham, has launched an online toolkit to help local organisations and agencies work better together to tackle modern slavery

This toolkit aims to help guide practitioners in their work to tackle modern slavery through the sharing of resources and good practice examples, to inspire action and prevent duplication.

The toolkit is a free online web resource which includes:

  • A partnership checklist – to help organisations to review their needs and highlight relevant resources available on the website
  • A governance library – a library of sample documentation that can be used by different agencies to help formalise partnership working
  • Downloadable resources – information to help with partnership working, such as how to plan an awareness campaign, engaging with different partners, or reviewing survivor care plans
  • Reports and legislations – a collection of up-to-date legislation and guidance
  • A UK Training Library - access to free training resources

Click here to view the toolkit

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