- Title Pages
- List of tables, figures and boxes
- Notes on contributors
- Editorial introduction: the modern slavery agenda: policy, politics and practice
OneModern slavery in global context: ending the political economy of forced labour and slavery
TwoThe UK’s response to modern slavery: law, policy and politics
ThreeDefeating ‘modern slavery’, reducing exploitation? The organisational and regulatory challenge
FourClass Acts? A comparative analysis of modern slavery legislation across the UK
FiveChild trafficking in the UK
SixHuman trafficking: addressing the symptom, not the cause
SevenStill punishing the wrong people: the criminalisation of potential trafficked cannabis gardeners
EightModern slavery and transparency in supply chains: the role of business
NineMigrant illegality, slavery and exploitative work
TenThe UK’s approach to tackling modern slavery in a European context
- The Modern Slavery Agenda
- Gary Craig, Alex Balch, Hannah Lewis, Louise Waite
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