What We Do

We Empower Survivors of Trafficking to Build Hope-Filled Futures.

We work to enable survivors to build independent, purposeful lives following their experience as a modern day slave.

How we do this:

SURVIVOR SUPPORT: We support survivors of trafficking and modern-day slavery through:

  • Day 46 Programme: our confidence-building and employability programme, delivered in safe houses and communities across London and in Birmingham.
  • Providing long-term, discrete support and survivor assistance to anyone who seeks our help.
  • Day 46+: Monthly leadership development and skills building sessions for Day 46 Graduates, creating community and a sense of belonging. London based.

RESEARCH: We provide credible research on topics related to human trafficking, and engage with the academic side of the topic. To view our latest research paper, ‘Becoming Hope’ click here

AWARENESS: We allow survivors to tell their story if they choose to, in any way they feel comfortable, as a platform to create awareness and instigate change globally regarding human trafficking.





3 thoughts on “What We Do

  1. Please could you let me know details about your long term survivor assistance, since I am interested in finding out about resources for a client.

    Thank you

    1. Hi Katy,

      Thans for getting in touch and apologies that for the delay. What resources do you need and is your client a survivor or trafficking or is this for informational purposes? We’ll try to help as much as we can!


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