School of Geography

Researchers will explore how governments can integrate climate change and modern slavery policies to better protect people

Modern slavery experts and geographers at the University of Nottingham have won funding to investigate how the UK government can better protect people exposed to the impacts of both modern slavery and climate change by integrating associated policies.

Funded by the Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre (Modern Slavery PEC), academics from the university’s Rights Lab and School of Geography are working with antislavery organisations Transparentem and International Justice Mission (IJM UK).

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Posted on Wednesday 5th July 2023

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