Trafficking and Slavery Research Group
The Trafficking and Slavery Research Group at Monash is working for change for a future free of exploitation. As leading researchers and practitioners, the group is building the evidence base for policy, criminal justice and corporate responses to modern slavery. Through strong relational partnerships and bringing together the different perspectives of criminology, law, social work and operations and supply chain management disciplines the centre is working towards real and sustained impact in reducing exploitation. Research projects during 2020-21 included Strengthening corporate responses to modern slavery, Measuring the effectiveness of the Modern Slavery Act, and the co-development of the Realising Women’s Safe and Fair Migration Across ASEAN Program.