Justice and Care help rescue victims of slavery and human trafficking. We empower them to rebuild their lives. We work with the police to pursue and dismantle criminal networks and bring perpetrators to justice. We secure communities at risk from traffickers and spark systemic change.
Internationally, we bring together world-class specialists – including social workers, researchers and experts in policy and criminal justice.
We know it is vital to support governments to achieve national change. That is why we work with governments and law enforcement agencies to fight slavery and we share our expertise with people in power.
Alongside our direct work, we are currently establishing a small Network of elite organisations committed to an all-out assault on slavery. We will be supporting them to grow, share lessons and drive this systemic change.
We establish teams in every location we work, bringing together experts from different fields to fight slavery. Our teams work together to prevent crime, protect people, rescue and restore victims and bring to justice all those responsible.
We then use our knowledge and experience to spark systemic change, bringing our learnings to the table to help develop best practice and change laws, strategy and processes.
In South Asia, that means gathering together social workers, researchers, trainers and others to fight human trafficking as one.
In Europe, we are bringing together policy experts, public sector professionals and casework practitioners to bring about change.
Wherever we work, we do so alongside the state. We do all we can to strengthen the role of the state, whilst keeping a low profile where necessary to get the job done.
Thank you for bringing us out. Last night was the first time in many months I slept without fear. – Divya, Survivor