Anti Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit (ATLEU)

Anti Trafficking and Labour Exploitation Unit (ATLEU)

Grant: £45,500
November 13, 2017

The Project aims to engage and upskill practitioners to address a gap in the availability and quality of legal provision for victims of trafficking, by:

  1. Enhancing the resources on, ATLEU’s online resource for support providers and legal practitioners, by: commissioning articles, blogs and practice notes from barristers, solicitors and other experts within the anti-trafficking community; and developing an online referral mechanism for victims seeking legal representation which will match victims with pro bono/legal aid practitioners by case type, location and urgency.
  2. Publishing monthly e-bulletins, webinars and podcasts to increase awareness of the resources available on ATHUB, to provide updates and improve practitioners’ knowledge.
  3. Publishing a special supplement on ‘Bringing compensation claims for victims of trafficking’, in partnership with Legal Action Group. The supplement will be distributed to all Legal Action subscribers, providing an offline take-away of in-depth practice notes, highlighting the availability of legal aid and how practitioners can make the most of it to assist victims that they can refer to again and again.
  4. Delivering a targeted programme of training to legal aid practitioners to lay a foundation of knowledge and build practitioners’ confidence which will be complemented by the ATHUB resources.

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