Language support needed – can you help?

Hope for Justice is seeking assistance with language support to help us support more survivors of modern slavery around the UK.

There are specific needs in specific towns that we have not yet been able to get help with – could you, or anyone you know, help us? We are looking for qualified ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) teachers who also speak Polish, Hungarian or Lithuanian.

Hope for Justice is looking to provide one-to-one English tuition to clients. The focus of the tuition would be to help clients to improve their English in order to build confidence, help with community integration and equip them for work. We are looking for bilingual tutors to help establish rapport.

There are the areas and languages where we still need help:

Halifax – Polish
Leeds – Polish
Liverpool – Hungarian
Newton Aycliffe – Hungarian
Sheffield – Lithuanian
Manchester – Polish
Birmingham – Polish or Hungarian

If you can help, contact Hope for Justice on 0300 008 8000 (local rate call) and ask to speak to a member of the Advocacy Team about offering ESOL support.

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