Victims of modern slavery Contents


Terms of Reference


The status of victims beyond the National Referral Mechanism

Securing prosecutions

Improving identification

From victim to survivor

1 The great human rights issue of our time

The Modern Slavery Act

2 The status of recognised victims

The National Referral Mechanism

Lack of data

Immigration status following the NRM

Discretionary leave to remain: self-application

Discretionary leave to remain: police applications

Habitual Residence Test

The impact of this system on victims

Simplifying the system

The impact on successful prosecutions

3 Identification

Identification of victims

4 Care

Treatment of potential and confirmed victims

Care pathways for confirmed victims

From victim to survivor

Conclusions and recommendations

Appendix: Conclusive Grounds letter

Formal Minutes


Published written evidence

List of Reports from the Committee during the current Parliament

27 April 2017