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WHAT DOES BEING A SUPPORTER AND A MEMBER MEAN?

Anti-Slavery International is a membership organisation which relies on the support of individuals to carry out its vital work. Without the core support of citizens from around the globe we would not be able to continue our work to expose and campaign against slavery in the 21st century. With you we will:
  • expose current cases of slavery
  • campaign for their eradication
  • support the initiatives of local organisations to release people
  • press for effective implementation of international laws against slavery
Anti-Slavery International uses these approaches to achieve effective long-term solutions to the human rights abuses suffered by the millions of people in slavery today. Our work is dependent on our ability to keep up a steady stream of pressure on the issues. Change cannot happen overnight and, as we have seen, concerted action over years can make a difference. Regular monthly and annual donations enable us to make plans for long-term work. Please join online today and help make slavery a thing of the past.

HOW CAN I BECOME A MEMBER?

You need to set-up a direct debit and check the box ‘I would like to become a member of Anti-Slavery International and be entitled to vote at the Annual General Meeting’.

For UK bank account holders:

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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SUPPORTER AND A MEMBER?

All supporters and members of Anti-Slavery International are entitled to receive our annual review and our newsletter, the Reporter, twice a year. By reading the Reporter you can keep abreast of the latest issues of slavery around the world, read in-depth features and find out about new developments in the fight to end slavery.

Additionally, the members of Anti-Slavery International are entitled to participate and vote at our Annual General Meeting and thus help shape the future of the fight against modern-day slavery.

CAN I BECOME A MEMBER IF I LIVE ABROAD?

Yes, you can. Follow this link to pay with your card.

WHAT IS THE MINIMUM DONATION AMOUNT TO BECOME A MEMBER?

  • £5 per month (£60 per year) minimum amount for UK individual membership. Follow this link to pay monthly from your UK bank account.
  • £60 per year annual overseas individual membership. Exchange rates will apply. Follow this link to pay with your card.

Organisational membership (universities, unions, third sector organisations):

  • Student societies: £12 per annum
  • Trade Union branches: £30 per annum
  • Small organisations - less than 50 employees or members: £250 per annum
  • Medium size organisations - 50 to 250 employees or members: £500 per annum
  • Large organisations - 250+ employees or members: £1,000 per annum
To request an invoice, please email info@antislavery.org confirming one of the categories listed above.

CAN I PAY MY MEMBERSHIP BY CHEQUE OR CAF VOUCHER?

In July 2014 we introduced membership payments by Direct Debit. Giving by Direct Debit helps keep administrative costs low which means investing more in life-changing projects worldwide.

If you cannot set up a Direct Debit please call us on 020 7501 8920 or email info@antislavery.org and we can discuss other alternatives.

If your questions remain unanswered please call us on tel: +44 (0)20 7501 8920 or email: info@antislavery.org and we can help you with more information.

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Cyprian, former child domestic worker, Tanzania

Cyprian, 17, from Tanzania, has been a domestic worker since he was eleven. He could not go to school as his employer didn't give him time off. He got support through Anti-Slavery partners Kuvulini and now he became a leader in his community helping other child domestic workers to make changes in their lives.
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Saruda Nepali, daughter of bonded labourers in Nepal
Saruda's parents work as labourers in a field harvesting rice, so she has to look after her little brother instead of going to school. She also has to fetch water and firewood, and sometimes work in the field where we live to harvest rice. Now, thanks to our Nepal Education Project, she has a chance to attend regular education.
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