Hope For Justice
Hope For Justice
Hope for Justice is an internationally focused charity founded in the UK in 2008. With a presence in 19 locations across 4 continents, it is working to end modern slavery with an effective and proven multi-disciplinary model that is replicable, scalable, and widely admired. The charity has directly rescued more than 600 victims of modern slavery and assisted in the rescue of many others.
Hope for Justice exists to bring an end to modern slavery by preventing exploitation, rescuing
victims, restoring lives, and reforming society. Our vision is to live in a world free from slavery. We
refuse to live in a world where people are exploited and treated as commodities , and we are
determined to end it.
Hope For Justice aims to:
- PREVENT- Our outreach teams, self-help groups and community education initiatives empower people to protect themselves and their families from predatory traffickers and their recruiters.
- RESCUE - our specialist Investigators rescue victims of modern slavery through pro-active investigations, building bridges of trust, and removing them from situations of exploitation.
- RESTORE - Our advocacy team supports survivors on matters ranging from housing, employment and welfare issues. As well as, supporting them through the civil and criminal process.
- REFORM- we train front-line professionals to spot the signs of modern slavery. This includes; local police, homeless shelter staff, other NGO's, and much more
Established: November 2008
Registered Charity Number: 1126097
Board members: 8
Full time staff: 33
Part time staff: 16
Phone number: 0300 008 8000
Address: Hope for Justice PO BOX 299 Manchester M22 2BQView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website