Anti-Slavery International

Anti-Slavery International

Charity information

Anti-Slavery International

Anti-Slavery International is the world's oldest international human rights organisation. We work to eradicate contemporary slavery which affects millions of men, women and children around the world.

Founded 1839

  • Mission statement

    Anti-Slavery International is committed to eliminating all forms of slavery throughout the world. Slavery, servitude and forced labour are human rights abuses which deny millions of men, women children their basic dignity and fundamental freedom. Contemporary forms of slavery include human trafficking, forced labour and the worst forms of child labour. We campaign to end abuse this abuse and support victims and vulnerable communities affected by exploitation. This includes providing education and community development in poor countries, where slavery is often more common, and working with men, women and children to take ownership of their rights. We also raise awareness of modern day slavery in the UK through public campaigning, education and outreach work.

  • Aims

    Anti-Slavery International aims to:

    • Accurate research and reporting on slavery today.
    • Using methods of advocacy, community development and education to bring about sustainable change.
    • Identifying and challenging oppressive regimes and systems which hold people in slavery.
    • Campaigning and raising awareness about the continued existence of slavery.
    • Working closely with victims of slavery and those vulnerable to abuse.
  • Overview

    Established: August 1839

    Registered Charity Number: 1049160

    Phone number: 0207 737 9434

    Address: Anti-Slavery International Thomas Clarkson House The Stableyard Broomgorve Road London SW9 9TL

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