Promotional material

Domestic slavery

Materials aimed at dealing with domestic slavery. These advise on spotting the signs and reporting to the modern slavery helpline.

Documents

Domestic slavery: poster

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Domestic slavery: leaflet

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Domestic slavery: z-card

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Domestic slavery: short films

Have you heard

Spot the signs

These materials have been developed with the aim of informing communities about issues concerning domestic slavery.

They offer practical advice to anyone who has a suspicion that someone may be a victim of modern slavery, including the signs that they should look out for, a confidential helpline number to call, and details of specialist support that a victim will receive.

Published 1 August 2017