United Kingdom

A multi-disciplinary approach to ending slavery.

Hope for Justice has developed a model to deal with the complex issues facing trafficking victims and perpetrators in the United Kingdom.


Our expert team of specialists provide training for front-line professionals, identification and rescue of victims, and advocacy and restoration to help victims become survivors and then ‘over-comers’ with a renewed sense of hope and purpose for their future.


“Here in the UK we’re focussed on programs that bring freedom and restoration to victims, that support the prosecution of perpetrators and that build structural transformation into society to end slavery for good.”


Neil Wain
European Program Director

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How Do We End Slavery in the UK?

Our Multi-Disciplinary Approach.



In the UK, Hope for Justice trains frontline professionals like the police, social services and homeless shelter staff to spot the signs of modern day slavery.



Our specialist investigators are embedded in local communities across the UK and operate out of regional offices known as ‘Hubs’.



Our Legal Team advises and supports survivors on matters ranging from criminal complaints against their trafficker to housing, employment and welfare issues.



Our Survivor Care Team works closely with rescued victims to enter them into government-funded safehouses.


“Hope for Justice is among those organisations taking the lead in addressing the issue of modern day slavery in today’s Great Britain. Their organisation is the only NGO working from the point of rescue right through to advocacy.


Chief Constable Shaun Sawyer
Devon and Cornwall Police
National Police Lead for Modern Slavery



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No one has called me Emma since this all began.”