Policies and Education

There are a number of ways to study options available to you integrated within the Centre's activities and focus

MA in International Slavery 

The School of Histories, Languages, and Cultures at the University of Liverpool offers an MA in International Slavery Studies, as well as postgraduate research programmes that are integrated with the Centre's activities and focus.

Join a programme that places you at the forefront of investigations into the histories, legacies and commemorations of human enslavement and unfree labour. This MA combines historical perspectives with global insights into modern manifestations of slavery, forced labour and human trafficking.

"The University of Liverpool is one of the few universities in the UK that offers an MA programme specifically dedicated to the study of both historical and modern slavery."

Aisha Taylor Duran International Slavery MA student


School of Histories, Languages, and Cultures Programmes

The School of Histories, Languages and Cultures at the University of Liverpool offers a huge range of programmes at undergraduatepostgraduate taught and postgraduate research levels.


Barriers to Black Academia

Dr Leona Vaughn (Research fellow for Slavery and Unfree Labour Research Theme, University of Liverpool) and Malik Al Nasir (Fore-word Press and PhD Researcher at University of Cambridge) have devised an online symposium for the Centre for the Study of International Slavery (CSIS).

This series of online panel discussions will discuss the exploring the absence of Black UK academics in teaching and research, especially in studies of slavery, the implications of this absence, and the reparative actions needed from Higher Education Institutions to address the barriers to representation.

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