Street art by Paul Don Smith. Credit: MsSaraKelly
The University of Hull's Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation hosts research into both historical forms of slavery and contemporary forms of enslavement. You can watch Prof. Catherine Hall (UCL) deliver the Institute's Annual Alderman Sydney Smith Lecture on 'Re-thinking the Legacies of Slavery.'
Hull Museums have extensive collections celebrating the work of local son and anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce (1759 - 1833). You can visit Wilberforce House Museum to see the collections for yourself.
Liverpool is home to the International Slavery Museum.
The University of Cambridge offers some resources for the study of slavery here.
Anti-Slavery Day is on Saturday 18 October this year. How will you mark it?