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    This section will guide you through all the key points you need to know about slavery in the world today. Firstly, you can learn what a modern slavery offence is, and how victims are protected in the UK. You will hopefully develop an understanding of the specifics of slavery and human trafficking offences and how to spot the signs of slavery and prevent it.


    Personal – Modern Slavery – Offences of the Modern Slavery Act 2015

    Slavery, servitude and forced or compulsory labour.

    There are two ways in which a person commits an offence under the Modern Slavery Act 2015.

    • Held in servitude, where someone is bound by force with no way out.
    • Compulsory labour, where someone is forced to work.

    Both ways can only be defined as offences if the offender is aware of the nature of their actions. Remember that it is still an offence if the victim consents to any act of slavery or forced labour.


    The main areas of modern slavery are:

    • Human trafficking;
    • Forced Labour;
    • Bonded labour;
    • Child slavery;
    • Domestic slavery; and
    • Drug trafficking.

    Each is explained under “Forms of modern slavery” elsewhere in this section of the website


    Meaning of exploitation. 

    Exploitation can be defined if one or multiple of the following apply:

    • Slavery, servitude and force or compulsory labour.
    • Sexual exploitation (this is concerned with protecting both children and adults)
    • Removal of organs (if a person is required or even just encouraged to act in any way that would result in the removal of organs).
    • Securing services by force, threats, or deception.
    • Securing services from vulnerable persons.


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