Research and analysis

Support for non-EEA migrant child victims of modern slavery

A review of local authority support for non-European Economic Area (EEA) migrant children identified as potential victims of modern slavery and trafficking.

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Local authority support for non-EEA migrant child victims of modern slavery

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This report looks at how local authorities support and accommodate non-European Economic Area (EEA) migrant children identified as potential victims of modern slavery, including trafficking.

The report considers the range, location and accessibility of specialist local authority placement provision for this group. It also identifies examples of good practice to help inform policy on different ways to monitor, evaluate and strengthen specialist placement provision and support for this group.

Published 19 December 2017