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Modern slavery is a crime which affects people and communities across Wales. Every year, hundreds of people are identified as potential victims. We all have a part to play by learning to spots the signs and by reporting concerns.

Welsh resources

The Welsh Government has produced guidance for professionals who encounter potential victims of modern slavery. The Welsh Government has also produced guidance for businesses.

The Welsh Government Live Fear Free webpage on slavery provides information about the signs of modern slavery and how to report concerns. The Wales Safer Communities Network also provides information on modern slavery and exploitation.

There is guidance for workers and professionals in the field of violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence (VAWDASV).

The Welsh Government has published a Code of Practice on Ethical Employment in Supply Chains. To accompany the code, the Welsh Government has produced guidance on tackling modern slavery and human rights abuses.

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Other resources

The UK government has produced guidance on training resources. This includes e-learning, videos, and other resources. There are specific resources for professionals in sectors such as law enforcement, health, and local authorities.

Additional resources can be found within the UK government modern slavery collection, including resources on modern slavery in supply chains.

The Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority have produced a wide range of resources, including videos, leaflets, and webinars.

The office of the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner has developed and commissioned various resources. This includes reports and guidance.

The Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre have produced various reports and other publications on modern slavery issues.