Developing a model to combat modern slavery across the nation

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August 2015: NEW OFFICE opens – Stavanger, Norway

Hope for Justice is developing programmes to establish Norway as a global leader in survivor identification and care. Our focus will be on educating professionals and connecting survivors with existing services. Through structural transformation our team aims to improve the experience of individuals recovering from modern slavery in Norway.

Training (Norway)

We are committed to raising awareness of the existence of human trafficking and to equipping frontline professionals to combat it.

Hope for Justice is developing training and resources for professionals who are most likely to come into contact with victims of human trafficking, often without even realizing it. This includes the police, social services, border force/immigration officials and the labour department.

Participants will learn how to identify victims, to understand the circumstances that stop people from coming forward for help and how to refer potential victims for help.



“We began Hope for Justice Norway in August 2015. Our vision is to stand in the gaps between services; to ensure that every victim of human trafficking is found and every survivor is cared for appropriately.”

Sondre Høysæter
Norway Director


Questions about Survivor Care in the UK?

Hope for Justice has been providing advocacy both from a legal and survivor support perspective to survivors of modern slavery for the last 10 years, building up a wealth of experience. The Advocacy team offers an advice service that provides tailored and specialist advice and signposting on survivor care in the UK to other organisations and/or survivors.

If you have any questions or challenges relating to survivor care in the UK, email and one of our IMSAs (Independent Modern Slavery Advocates) will get back to you.


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