Anti-Slavery Policy

The University’s Anti-Slavery Policy is operated by the University Secretary's Office, with Finance (including the Strategic Procurement Unit) and Human Resources. The Policy sets out the responsibilities of colleagues, managers and the University for tackling modern slavery.

Anti-Slavery Policy

2018-19 Anti Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement (redacted signature)

2017-18 Anti Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement (redacted signature)  

2016-17 Anti-slavery and human trafficking statement (redacted signature)

2015-16 Anti-slavery and human trafficking statement (redacted signature)

Reporting slavery

Talking to someone about your concerns may stop someone else from being exploited or abused.

If you think that someone is in immediate danger, dial 999.

Otherwise, you should discuss your concerns with your line manager or Local Safeguarding Officer who will decide on a course of action and provide any further advice in accordance with the University’s Safeguarding Policy.