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Earlier this year, the Modern Slavery Act 2015 became the second of its kind in the UK since the early 19th Century to address slavery. Its passing reflects two years' worth of discussion and debate, during which some of the magnitude of what is now termed 'modern slavery' has been exposed through harrowing videos, images and stories.

Yet, shocking as the facts of slavery may be, the extent of its reach remains immeasurable. The parameters of slavery may never be fully defined so long as it remains hidden by both the individuals and societies that perpetrate and capitalise from it. On October 18th, Anti-Slavery Day incentivises us to combat this through learning and open discussion.

Take our quiz to see where the gaps in your knowledge lie.