Justice and Care

Fighting slavery and human trafficking

We help to rescue people who have been trafficked and brutally exploited in slavery and restore their lives. We partner with law enforcement agencies to dismantle criminal networks and bring abusers to justice. We protect communities at risk from traffickers and spark systemic change.

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It ran from 12:00 PM, 3 December 2019 to 12:00 PM, 10 December 2019

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Registered Charity in England and Wales (1133829)

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Championed by The Reed Foundation

  • I commend your ongoing work to increase levels of awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking across the UK, and to provide essential support to victims and survivors, enabling them to access the services they need to rebuild their lives.

    — Former UK Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner Kevin Hyland OBE

  • I didn't know that I am also important in my society. Justice and Care helped me to believe in myself. Thank you.

    — Sadiya, Survivor

  • Thank you for bringing us out. Last night was the first time in many months I slept without fear.

    — Divya, Survivor


Modern slavery is the fastest growing crime worldwide and is worth $150 billion. It is estimated that 40 million people live as slaves today, in almost every country on earth. This includes millions of children taken at a rate of one every 30 seconds. The international organised criminal groups managing this are sophisticated, ruthless and too often thrive in a vacuum. Murders are commonplace and violence is a way of life. Innocent people are taken, destroyed and discarded.


We are committed to doing all we can to see an end to slavery - bringing freedom to individuals and communities living in its grip, working with police to bring all those responsible to justice and with governments and state agencies to spark systemic change. We ensure an end to end strategy is in place and bring together leading experts from different fields, such as lawyers, investigators and social workers to combat human trafficking as one team.