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Our unique strength is our understanding of both historical and contemporary slavery – learning from the past to create positive change today.
Walking in the footsteps of Hull MP William Wilberforce, our influential research has received royal recognition and is helping governments, businesses and communities root out slavery at its very source - one of the greatest threats to human rights today.
The Humber Violence Prevention Partnership (VPP) is one of 20 Violence Reduction Units (VRUs) across England and Wales, committed to leading and coordinating the local response to Serious Violence.
Focusing on identity-based oppression to analyse how cultural competency can address modern slavery and re-exploitation risks.
Photography from Sierra Leone in the 1940s
Research into links between the founders of the Manchester Guardian and slavery.
Understanding how the legal enforcement of modern slavery has played out in practice.
A series of large-scale projections using some of Hull's best-known spaces to tell the story of migrants.
Recreating Wilberforce to motivate more people to carry on the battle for freedom.
Capturing lessons from the past to tackle modern-day slavery today.
Uncovering over 300 projects commemorating the anniversary of the Slave Trade Abolition Act.
International collaboration to better understand how museums interact with colonial histories.
An engaging educational resource highlighting modern slavery and our approach to tackling this.
A new approach to understanding the emergence of slavery and its development over time.
The initiative exposes the bleak truths of one of the biggest human rights crimes in history.
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