Hearing silenced stories of slavery: The impact of Domestic Servitude
This workstream aims to explore the distress of women who have been trapped in a silent form of Modern Slavery known as ‘Domestic Servitude’, a sad reality within today’s UK society.
Evidence demonstrates that ‘Domestic Servitude’ is a crime and affects the mental health of women trapped in this criminal system. This work stream discusses findings from a pilot research funded by UCLan Global Research on the impact of Domestic Servitude on its victims.
Open to: Staff, Students and Community
Delivered by: Dr Peggy Mulongo (Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing/School of Nursing EDI Lead) and Prof Karen Wright (Professor of Nursing/School of Nursing)