Hogan Lovells contributes to Hestia ‘Underground Lives – Forgotten Children’ report

Hogan Lovells has contributed to a report highlighting the intergenerational impact of modern slavery published by domestic abuse support organisation Hestia.

An article from Hogan Lovells London partner Philip Parish, associate Celia Reston and trainee Sian Walker, with support from senior associate Rhian Lewis, was published in collaboration with Hestia as part of their ‘Underground Lives – Forgotten Children’ report.

Underground Lives aims to draw attention to the intergenerational impact of modern slavery, and in particular the impact of modern slavery on the lives of child dependents of modern slavery survivors.

Hestia’s full report and Hogan Lovells’ contributed article can be accessed here and at the following link: https://www.hestia.org/undergroundlives.

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