Last week, I was challenged to come across this paper in my study: the Findings Summary of the 2007 Joseph Rowntree Foundation [JRF] report: Contemporary slavery in the UK: Overview and key issues.

This motivated me to investigate further and I discovered the full report on line, together with a summary; in addition I found a number of subsequent reports into modern slavery that JRF have produced.

I am still in the process of studying these resources; and I thought it would be good to gather the links to these JRF reports etc together:

Contemporary slavery in the UK: Overview and key issues [2007]

[summary – 4 page – pdf] [Full report – 79 page – pdf]

Experiences Of Forced Labour In The UK Food Industry [May 2012]

[summary – 4 page – pdf] [Full report – 91 page – pdf] [Full report – 68 page – ebook]

Forced Labour In The UK: The Business Angle [April 2012]

[Full report – 36 page – pdf]

Regulation And Enforcement To Tackle Forced Labour In The Uk: A Systematic Response? [February 2012]

[Full report – 65 page – pdf]

Forced Labour: Contemporary Slavery In The UK [webpage 2012]

Chinese Migrants: Their Experiences In Their Own Words [Dec 2011]

[Full report – 52 page – pdf]

Experiences Of Forced Labour Among Chinese Migrant Workers [Nov 2011]

[summary – 5 page – pdf] [Full report – 68 page – pdf] [Full report – 65 page – ebook]

Forced Labour And UK Immigration Policy: Status Matters? [Oct 2011]

[Full report – 45 page – pdf]

Between Decent Work And Forced Labour: Examining The Continuum Of Exploitation [Nov 2010]

[Full report – 38 page – pdf]