New research by Christine Beddoe finds that the result of increasing Home Office delays is that highly vulnerable children and young adults are facing greater risk of exploitation and trafficking within the UK. As a consequence, the UK government is failing in its legal obligations to protect the victims and potential victims of trafficking.

Gurpinder Khanba, supervising solicitor at MiCLU, and Emma Fitzsimons, barrister at Garden Court Chamber, delivered a seminar on how to use this research when making representations regarding delay.

For the research, click here.

Click here for Gurpinder’s slides on utilising the research

Gurpinder’s presentation on utilising the research:


Click here for Emma’s slides on utilising the research

Emma’s presentation on making delay challenges: