Minh Dang

Rights Lab Research Fellow in Survivor Wellbeing and Scholarship


Dr. Minh Dang works across the Rights Lab, but in particular with the Health and Communities Programme, on modern slavery survivor knowledge, expertise, leadership, co-production, and well-being. She leads work to place survivors' expertise at the heart of antislavery work, employ and embed survivors' ideas to shape research and to develop more effective strategies against slavery, and create a survivor-informed and survivor-led global antislavery movement. This includes the leadership of the INSPIRE Project, Involving Survivors of Slavery in Policy & Intervention Research, in partnership with Survivor Alliance, a non-profit organization that unites and empowers survivors of slavery and human trafficking.

Research Projects

Placing Survivor Voice and Well-Being on the Policy and Evidence Map

Wellbeing in Our Own Words: Survivors of Slavery Defining Wellbeing


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