Hope For Justice
Hope For Justice
Hope for Justice rescues victims of human trafficking, assists in their protection and rehabilitation, ensures prosecution for those responsible and campaigns to see human trafficking end.
Hope for Justice is an anti-human trafficking charity working to uncover and ultimately eradicate the hidden crime of modern-day slavery.
Hope for Justice trains frontline professionals to identify and refer suspected cases, we rescue victims, advocate on their behalf and provide restorative care to help them rebuild their lives.
In September 2014 Abolition International, Hope for Justice and Transitions Global joined together to become one organisation to fight human trafficking. By combining our individual strengths we now have an international organisation, under the name Hope for Justice, with greater resources and a shared passion to restore victims and end slavery in our lifetime.
From five offices across the UK, USA and Cambodia we operate a proven multi-disciplinary model based on many years of combined experience.
Hope For Justice aims to:
- TRAINING - we train frontline professionals such as the police, care homes, doctors and outreach programs to identify victims and/or work appropriately with them.
- RESCUE - our specialist Investigators identify victims of human trafficking, build bridges of trust with them and remove them from situations of exploitation.
- ADVOCACY - we secure criminal and civil justice for victims and advocate for access to housing and health services and the cancellation of debts created by traffickers.
- RESTORATION - we work with victims to overcome trauma and rebuild their lives. Our restorative care homes offer tailored programs and we help partners develop accredited programs too.
Established: November 2008
Registered Charity Number: 1126097
Board members: 8
Full time staff: 5
Part time staff: 7
Phone number: 0845 519 7402
Address: Hope for Justice PO BOX 299 Manchester M22 2BQView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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