This launch event is held in partnership between Cumberland Lodge and the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner’s Office.
We will then be joined by invited specialists for their comments on the report's key themes and recommendations, chaired by Dame Sara Thornton. Our specialists include:
- Carlene Firmin - Professor of Social Work, Durham University
- Dr Paul Rigby - Lecturer in Social Work, University of Stirling
The author of this report, Ailish Saker, will join the panel for a Q&A session.
Everyone is welcome to attend online for free. Once registered, you will receive a link to join remotely.
If you can’t attend live, our speakers’ reflections on the report will be available to watch on-demand via the Read, Watch, Listen page of our website, shortly after the launch.
The launch takes place at Deloitte, London. Full venue details will be sent after registration.
In-person tickets are by invitation only as there are a limited number of places available. If you haven't received an invitation to attend in person but would like to join us, please make an enquiry by clicking ‘Make enquiry’ on this webpage or emailing email@example.com stating your interest in the report.
The report will be published on the Read, Watch, Listen page of our website, in downloadable PDF and e-book formats, on 11 April. We encourage you to read the report and share it widely to maximise the positive impact of this work.
If you have any questions, contact Cumberland Lodge at firstname.lastname@example.org or Katherine Lawson (Research & Innovation Lead, Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner’s Office) at email@example.com