1. Trafficking and Exploitation Strategy Review – 2023
This report sets out the Scottish Government’s second review of the Trafficking and Exploitation Strategy, first published in 2017 and reviewed in 2020. The review sought to identify if the Strategy remained fit for purpose and reflected the policy and operational landscape associated with Scotland’s collaborative efforts to tackle human trafficking and exploitation.
Section 36(4) of the Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Act 2015 states: “Before preparing or reviewing the strategy, the Scottish Ministers must consult such persons as they consider likely to have an interest in the strategy.” Section 36(5) thereafter states that Scottish Ministers must publish a report following the review.
This report is below and we would like to put on record our thanks for the valued input and time committed by all participants to support this review.
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