WHAT WE DO

 

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WE EMPOWER SURVIVORS OF TRAFFICKING TO BUILD HOPE-FILLED FUTURES 

SURVIVOR SUPPORT: DAY 46 PROGRAMME

We work to enable survivors to build independent, purposeful lives. We specifically focus on the period beyond national government support (the ’45’ day period) and focus on the future – confidence, purpose and employability.  We call this our Day 46 Programme, a blended learning intervention designed specifically for survivors of trafficking, taking best practice coaching and facilitation tools and methods to support survivors of trafficking in a bespoke, fun and creative way.

  • DAY 46 PROGRAMME: our eight confidence-building and employability workshops, delivered in safe houses and communities across London and beyond
  • DAY 46 OUTREACH: 1:1 employability coaching sessions (6) and access to vocational training, education and work placements. Participants’ voices and ambitions are our guide in coaching.
  • DAY 46+: Long term community provision and leadership development for survivors of trafficking.

We have been running the Day 46 Programme for two years and have worked with nearly 100 women. The video below brings this to life a little more.

AWARENESS AND INFLUENCE

We help survivors to tell their story if they choose to, in any way they feel comfortable and use these as a platform to create awareness and instigate global change for human trafficking.  We encourage individuals, businesses and government to play their part in supporting survivors of trafficking through speaking at events and contributing to the discussion.

RESEARCH

We encourage collaboration between different organisations to support better outcomes and support for survivors of trafficking.  We continuously improve our own work, ensuring we provide the best possible employability offer for survivors. . To view our latest research paper, ‘Becoming Hope’ click here.

 

 

 

 

 

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!

      Kirstie

  2. You can certainly see your expertise in the work you write.
    The arena hopes for even more passionate writers like you who aren’t afraid to mention how they believe.
    Always follow your heart.

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