It is led by Professor Nuala Zahedieh, University of Edinburgh (Principal Investigator) and Dr Sarah Laurenson, National Museums Scotland (Co-Investigator). We have the annual reports for 1838 and 1841 of the Glasgow Emancipation … As a nation, there is a sense of collective amnesia surrounding Scotland’s involvement in the Transatlantic slave … The project is supported by a Research Network Grant from the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Interactive Map for Business of Anti-Human Trafficking Organisations. More details about The Matter of Slavery in Scotland. Edinburgh Slavery Map Read our coverage on Common Space Read our coverage on the Scotsman See our coverage on STV Visit the website and view the map This is an effort to record Scotland's physical legacy of slave-ownership. In 1833 around 162,000 women signed a petition in Edinburgh calling for an end to slavery. The history of Scotland’s capital is mostly rich, varied and deeply enthralling, yet unfortunately, when it comes to its association with slavery, Edinburgh possesses a still visible, disturbing legacy. Visit website This is the story of Edinburgh’s links with the transatlantic slave trade and the people and places associated with this hidden history. Slaves took to court in 17th c Edinburgh to appeal for their freedom Our History/Slavery/Racism: Notes taken from the Scroll CS253/K/2/2/-of Joseph Knight Case 1778 Edinburgh. The whole of the New Town was built with profits from slavery. In Edinburgh, one in 1,238 residents had connections to plantations compared to London where it was one in 1,721 people in the that much larger city. The new LBS map interfaces also show the geographic distributions of the beneficiaries of slavery and compensation claims back in Great Britain and Scotland. The Edinburgh Slavery Map developed by Edinburgh University, draws on the UCL data. Welcome to the interactive map of initiatives and organisations partnering with the private sector to combat human trafficking, including forced labour, child labour, and other forms of modern slavery. Discover Edinburgh’s slave-owning past with the help of a new map Nathan Ozga, Vsevolod Kondratiev-Popov, Jamie Henry 01-24 July 2016 Edinburgh This is an effort to record and recover Scotland's physical legacy of slave-ownership. Edinburgh statue of Robert Dundas latest to be targeted with anti-slavery graffiti Last week, a petition gained traction to replace the names of Glasgow city centre streets celebrating slave … Join the Edinburgh Collected community archive and share your own pictures and memories of Edinburgh. Slavery in Great Britain existed prior to the Roman occupation and until the 12th century, when chattel slavery disappeared, at least for a time, following the Norman Conquest.Former indigenous slaves merged into the larger body of serfs in Britain and no longer were recognised separately in law or custom. Following the Slavery Abolition Act 1833, slave owners were entit