We will rescue more children and adults who are victims of human trafficking in the UK by: a) training more people to spot the signs and refer suspected cases and b) assisting more victims to find on-going health services, housing, jobs, and other services that lead survivors to self-sufficiency.
It ran from 10:00 AM, 4 December 2014 to 5:00 PM, 17 December 2014
Registered Charity in England and Wales (1126097)
Hope for Justice is an anti-human trafficking charity working directly with victims in the UK to uncover and ultimately eradicate the hidden crime of modern-day slavery. Human trafficking is not someone else‚Äôs problem, it‚Äôs happening in our communities, in our neighbourhoods, in our country. Human trafficking is modern day slavery. It‚Äôs serious organised crime and big business. Criminals can only profit from the sale of drugs and guns once but they can sell a victim‚Äôs services again and again.
1. We will expand our successful frontline training programme for professionals including the police, social services and homeless shelter staff to spot the signs of modern day slavery and refer any concerns directly to us. 2. We will rescue and assist more victims not just to survive their ordeal but to regain their confidence and hope for the future using an accredited 3 stage programme of support and re-integration into normal society.
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