Empowering decision makers to end modern slavery.

Humanity Research Consultancy (HRC) is a social enterprise working with governments, NGOs, and the private sector alike to provide expert consultancy, training, and investigation services exploring supply chains and emerging forms of human trafficking.

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What We Do

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Research & Investigation

We conduct research and investigation into various forms of modern slavery, working closely with country-level experts to produce high-quality, evidence-based insights that work in the local context. Our work informs decision makers to craft a stronger response to fight modern slavery.

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Training & Workshops

Our tailor-made trainings equip businesses, law enforcement, governments, and organisations with the knowledge and skills needed to combat modern slavery in their own context, whether that be in their supply chains, or in their responses to emerging trends as an authority figure.

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Survivor Engagement

We directly engage with survivors as partners to establish effective strategies that address prevention, protection and prosecution efforts.

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Business Consultation

We understand tackling an issue as prevalent as modern slavery can seem daunting. Our consultations provide stakeholders with the opportunity to enhance their understanding on the issue, working together to shape sustainable strategies case-by-case.

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Our Mission

To combat modern slavery.

To empower and widen employment opportunities for local people, primarily educated youth in developing countries.

Our Vision

A slave-free world, where everyone is equally valued, respected and able to flourish.

Why HRC?

Stand with us and other visionary decision-makers to end modern slavery and extreme abuses in supply chains and societies, globally.

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Survivor-centred and worker centred

We prioritise the voices of people we care and fight for – survivors of modern slavery, and workers who are vulnerable to exploitation. We intentionally create space and bring them into our research and decision-making processes.

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To understand complex issues, we prioritise local voices, often working with grassroots organisations. In every project, we ensure that we don’t just have translators, but have team members who are from the area and speak the local languages.

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Feminist approach

We value diversity and inclusion as essential assets for achieving transformative change and sustainable development. We respond to lived experiences by taking into account intersectional dimensions of discrimination and inequality.

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We are addressing an extremely unsettling problem in our world that involves 50 million victims. We don’t believe any entity can address it alone, and that’s why we believe in a collaborative approach. We share our knowledge and publish our research diligently.

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Our Network

HRC works with a wide network of consultants from over 20 countries across 4 continents.

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