Working on a whole range of injustice issues, including modern slavery.
Gloucestershire anti-slavery partnership involves police, local councils and the Catholic Diocese.
They will share ways in which churches can respond to the hidden nature of slavery.
Their involvement has led to greater collaboration between the church, police and statutory agencies
Lincoln diocese has a particular interest in rural slavery, due to the demographics of the diocese.
Working through Capital Mass to see every parish in London tackling injustice and inequality.
Working with front line organisations - STN Trust and Imagine Norfolk together.
The first faith group to join the Oxon Anti-Slavery Partnership.
The Diocese has long been part of the fight against modern slavery in their area.