Forced marriage has been officially recognised as a form of slavery by the UN.
We were the first to recognise the importance of treating those forced to marry – mainly girls – as victims of slavery.
This crime should be treated much more seriously!
Reforms to improve victim recognition
We intervened in landmark case for exploited migrant workers in Greece
Hope for India’s exploited children
We achieved first ever slavery prosecutions in new slavery courts
We advocated for policy providing education for brick kiln children
We convinced Niger Government to take over our schools
We campaigned to include slavery in Development Goals
We campaigned to improve the UK Modern Slavery Act.
We advocated for new international protocol on forced labour
After our intervention the Court ruled in favour of trafficked people
We have over 175 years of experience fighting slavery