Our Partners:

Cambodian Hope Organisation - [CHO] are based in Poipet, Cambodia and work with young people to prevent them being sold into slavery

Not For Sale - are an NGO (non-governmental organisation) based in San Francisco. They wok around the world to help prevent people being bought and sold.

Redlight - are based in Durban, South Africa and are working to educate young people in schools and help women who are caught up in the sex industry.

Other People:

Alongside the more well known anti-slavery organisations, there are many many people doing fantastic work here in the UK. Have a look through the list below to see how organisations and people are working to raise awareness, support and rehabilitate victims, train others and help prevent slavery in your own areas.

Direct support

  2. Ashiana
  3. Barnardos
  4. BAWSO
  5. BCHA
  6. City Hearts
  7. Hestia
  8. IOM London
  9. Kalayaan
  10. Medaille Trust
  11. Midland Heart
  12. Migrant Help
  13. Poppy project
  14. Refugee Action
  15. Refugee Council
  16. Riverside Housing
  17. Safe and Sound Derby
  18. Salvation Army
  19. Sandwell Women’s Aid
  20. TARA
  21. TRC
  22. Unseen UK
  23. William Wilberforce Trust


  1. Anti-Trafficking Alliance
  2. Anti-Slavery International UK
  3. Amnesty International
  4. ATLeP
  5. A21
  6. CARE
  7. Chaste
  8. CFAB
  9. Comic Relief – HERA
  10. CROP
  11. CTAIL
  12. ECPAT
  13. Hope for Justice
  14. Human Trafficking Foundation
  15. International Justice Mission UK
  16. Love 146
  17. Odanadi
  18. Purple Teardrop / Soroptimists International
  19. Stop the Traffik
  20. Safe Exit
  21. SHOC
  22. Sport Against Trafficking
  23. STOP UK
  24. Unchosen
  25. YWAM


  1. AIRE Centre
  2. Anah Project
  3. Asylum Aid
  4. Children’s Society
  5. DePaul Trust
  6. English Collective of Prostitutes
  7. Equality Now
  8. Helen Bamber Foundation
  9. Hibiscus
  10. Migrants Rights Network
  11. Missing People.org
  12. NACAB
  13. UK National Sexworkers Project
  14. National Federation of Women’s Institute
  15. Red Cross
  16. Refuge
  17. Rights of Women
  18. The Roshni Project
  19. Save the Children
  20. Terrence Higgins Trust
  21. Unicef
  22. Victim support
  23. Womens Aid
  24. Womens Support Project
  25. Women and Girls Network
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