Survey on Approaches to Voluntary Return for Survivors of Modern Slavery
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1. At what level does your organisation operate?
2. Who is your organisation's core beneficiary group(s)?
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3. Does your organisation support survivors of modern slavery (survivors)?
4. On average per year, how many survivors does your organisation support?
5. On average per year, how many of the survivors your organisation supports indicate that they would wish to return home?
6. On average per year, how many survivors does your organisation support to return home?
7. When a survivor of trafficking or modern slavery asks your organisation or agency for assistance to return home, who is your first point of call?
7.a. If 'other', please specify
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8. If your clients have indicated a desire to return home, have you noticed specific patterns in the survivors requesting information on voluntary return i.e. trends based on survivors’ nationality or status?
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9. If your clients have indicated a desire to return home, does your organisation provide these survivors with any legal advice about the full range of immigration options available to them, including returning home voluntarily or do you refer them for legal advice from other providers?
10. Does your organisation provide support of any form to survivors to return home? (e.g. signposting, making travel arrangements, carrying out a risk assessment etc.)
10.a. If yes, please describe what sort of support your organisation can provide (click all that apply)
10.b. Please use the box below to describe any additional ways in which your organisation supports survivors to return home.
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10.c. Please outline if you use any eligibility criteria for this support (click all that apply)
10.d. Please provide details in relation to the above response (e.g. specific nationalities supported or other criteria)
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11. On average, how long would you say the process for voluntary return takes? (this would be from the time in which a survivor asks for support to return through to the moment the return takes place)
12. Thinking about the survivors you have supported who have returned home, would you say that they had any specific support needs in their country of origin? (e.g. accommodation, health care etc.)
12.a. If yes, please specify and indicate if you were able to identify such support services (e.g. through NGOs/partners in the country of origin etc.)
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13. Thinking about cases your organisation has assisted, were there any concerns about the survivor’s safety on return?
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14. Have survivors you have previously supported been re-trafficked and re-entered your service after they have returned home?
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15. Are you aware of the Home Office Voluntary Returns Service (VRS)?
15.a. If yes, have survivors in your service returned via the VRS?
15.b. If yes, on average how many survivors in your service return via the VRS in any given month?
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15.c. If survivors in your service have returned home via VRS, please provide an overview of this process.
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16. From your experiences of voluntary return in general, what might help your organisation to better support survivor’s needs?
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17. What is the biggest challenge to your organisation assisting a survivor of modern slavery to return home?
17.b. If 'other' please specify
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18. In your view, what improvements could be made to voluntary return services for survivors?
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19. Would you be interested in participating in a workshop exploring issues around voluntary return later in the year?
19.b. If no, would you be interested in participating in another way?
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