Published in: ourEconomy: OpinionFixing the UK’s care crisis must be about more than government funding
Family and friends will always play a vital role caring for loved ones. So why is the debate about care policy...
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery: InvestigationLost in translation: do anti-trafficking organisations reflect their employees' views on commercial sex?
What do staff at anti-trafficking organisations in the United Kingdom think about sex work? Are their personal...
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and Slavery: FeatureIt's time to get off the fence on sex workers’ rights
You cannot effectively combat human trafficking within the commercial sex sector without taking a stand on basic...
A lorry-load of corpses in Essex, but no trafficking charges in court
Politicians were quick to label the discovery of 39 dead migrants in Essex in 2019 as trafficking, but that’s not...
Getting anti-trafficking advocates on board with decriminalised sex work
Sex workers rights’ advocates and anti-trafficking professionals have more in common than they think.
Unions in the 21st century: adapt to survive, co-opt to grow
Could a clever campaign make support for unions an integral part of corporate social responsibility?