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This event will release new research investigating outcomes for domestic worker survivors of trafficking who return to the Philippines as their country of origin.

  • What support is available for survivors of trafficking to rebuild their lives?
  • Do survivors find themselves at risk of re-trafficking?
  • What can governmental bodies and NGOs in the Philippines and destination countries do to improve outcomes for returning survivors, supporting them in sustainably rebuilding their lives?

The research was conducted by six co-researchers who are Filipina domestic workers, survivors of trafficking and members of the Voice of Domestic Workers organisation in the UK.

Panellists, including co-researchers and Julian Bild of the Anti-Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit (UK), will share the findings and recommendations of the research, and discuss its significance for the anti-trafficking sector.

A panel discussion will be followed by refreshments.

The event is fully hybrid, taking place in person at King’s College London and online.

The venue is wheelchair accessible; please get in contact for any other access requirements or considerations. The report is now available to download.


Event details

Bush House
Strand campus, 30 Aldwych, London, WC2B 4BG