We have been at the frontline of work to tackle slavery in the UK for longer than anyone else.
Still today too many victims of slavery are not protected and supported by the authorities, while traffickers get away with their crimes.
We campaign for a system that protects all victims, work with the government to improve its response, and highlight new forms of slavery affecting Britain.
Campaigning to protect the victims of slavery in Britain.
We lead a coalition to monitor anti-slavery laws.
We work to end exploitation of workers in UK’s hotels.
Protecting victims of trafficking into crime from prosecution.
Supporting people out of descent based slavery
Protecting child domestic workers from exploitation
Providing education for communities emerging from slavery
Working to end forced child begging in religious schools
Working to end debt bondage in brick kilns and in agriculture
Working with women to protect their rights as domestic workers
Protecting migrant workers from risks of forced labour in the Middle East
Protecting migrant domestic workers and ending bonded labour
Working to protect migrant domestic workers from abuse
Working with children in domestic work to protect their rights
Campaigning to end forced labour in cotton industries