The A21 Campaign is an international charity working to abolish injustice in the 21st century by raising awareness of human trafficking and empowering local communities to fight it.
AFRUCA (Africans Unite Against Child Abuse, UK) – is an organisation concerened about cruelty against the African Child. With offices in London and Manchester it is a premier charity promoting the welfare of African children in the UK.
Anti-Slavery International, founded in 1839, is the world’s oldest international human rights organisation and the only charity in the UK seeking to end all forms of modern slavery.
Ashiana Sheffield works to protect black, Asian, minority ethnic and refugee women, children and young people from serious harm caused by domestic abuse and forced marriage.
Barnardo’s operates support services to victims of trafficking aged 0 to 24 years and advocates positive change to anti-trafficking legislation in the UK.
BAWSO (Black Association of Women Step Out) provides specialist services in Wales to people from black and ethnic minority backgrounds who are affected by domestic abuse and human trafficking.
CARE UK campaigns focus on human trafficking for sexual exploitation – tackling the demand, ensuring that people who have survived exploitation are given adequate care and protection, and raising awareness of the issue.
Children and Families Across Borders is a UK-based charity which identifies and protects children who have been separated from family members due to conflict, trafficking, abduction, migration and asylum.
The Children’s Society run a number of programmes across the country which deliver services to children who are victims of exploitation and trafficking.
City Hearts accommodates and supports both men and women released from sexual, labour and domestic exploitation.
Dalit Freedom Network UK – Dalit Freedom Network UK – preventing the human trafficking and modern slavery of Dalits (Untouchables), tribespeople, and others from poor and marginalised communities in India.
ECPAT UK(End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and the Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes) campaigns against the commercial sexual exploitation of children in the UK.
Epiphany Trust is dedicated to meeting the needs of disabled and disadvantaged children, fighting poverty by establishing self-sustaining projects, and upholding the rights of the oppressed.
Equality Now partners internationally with grassroots organisations to end violence and discrimination against women and girls, including on issues of trafficking.
The Gangmasters Licensing Authority works in partnership with other agencies toprotect vulnerable and exploited workers. It regulates all businesses that supply labour in the UK for work in agriculture, horticulture, food processing and packaging and shellfish gathering. It is also a ‘first responder’ to reports of forced labour and trafficking.
Helen Bamber Foundation works with survivors of torture, trafficking, and other forms of gross human rights violations.
HERA (Her Equality, Rights and Autonomy) provide entrepreneurship training and one-to-one mentoring support to women who have been trafficked, to encourage them to become economically independent.
Hope for Justice works on the ground in four countries, including the UK, to eliminate modern slavery by rescuing victims, restoring lives and reforming society.
Housing for Women is dedicated to providing homes for women living in London who are in the greatest housing need especially those rejecting domestic violence and other forms of violence.
The Human Trafficking Foundation (HTF) is a UK-based charity whichgrew out of the work of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Human Trafficking. HTF was created in order to support and add value to the work of the many charities and agencies operating to combat human trafficking in the UK.
International Justice Mission UK rescues victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression and provides them with aftercare, and then works to prosecute the perpetrators and promote functioning public justice systems.
The International Organization for Migration is the leading international organization promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all by working with migrants, governments, and partners worldwide. IOM Mission in the UK
Jigsaw4u International exists to support children and young people across the work traumatised as a result of bereavement, disability, abuse, trafficking or disaster.
Jubilee Campaign combines effective lobbying with transformational charitable action for children at risk.
Just Enough UK is an educational charity working together with the Metropolitan Police service amongst other organisations to provide educational services to children on the problems associated with trafficking and slavery.
Kalayaan gives advice and practical support to migrant domestic workers and helps them to campaign and raise their voices to policy makers.
Love146 combat child sex slavery & exploitation and helps survivors.
The Medaille Trust provides support services and accommodation to victims of trafficking, and advocates better policy to combat trafficking and care for its victims.
Migrant Help is a national charity offering support, guidance and accommodation to vulnerable migrants across the UK. It supports victims of modern day slavery, asylum seekers, EU migrants as well as foreign national prisoners and detainees.
The NSPCC National Child Trafficking Advice and Information Line is a specialist child protection service for any professional working with children who may have been trafficked into the UK.
The Northern Ireland Law Centre promotes social justice and provides specialist legal support for organizations and disadvantaged individuals, including victims of human trafficking.
Odanadi UK believes that no human being is for sale: we rescue and rehabilitate people affected by human trafficking; bring traffickers to justice; and empower at-risk communities.
Parliamentarians Against Human Trafficking is a European Commission funded project to establish an EU wide network of parliamentarians against human trafficking.
Pass to Protect‘s primary purpose is to educate and equip as many people as possible with the knowledge of human trafficking.
Purple Teardrop Campaign raises awareness of women and girls trafficked into sexual exploitation and fund-raises to support rescued victims.
René Cassin is a human rights charitable organisation that uses Jewish historical experience and positive Jewish values to campaign and educate on universal human rights.
The Salvation Army manages the UK government’s £2 million a year contract to support victims of trafficking through a supply chain of organisations who together with us provide a service from the moment of referral.
Shiva Foundation is a corporate foundation dedicated to using its resources, skills and networks to create a bold new movement to end human trafficking and slavery. A movement about collaboration not competition, engagement not blame and systemic change across institutions.
Social Change through Education in the Middle East works to promote social change for women and children within the Middle East and North Africa through education and anti-trafficking campaigns.
The Sophie Hayes Foundation’s mission is to raise awareness about, and support survivors of, human trafficking and modern day slavery.
Soroptimist International – Women’s service organisation, working to improve the lives of women and girls.
Sport For Freedom unites through the positive power of community and sport to bring freedom from human trafficking and modern slavery through action, education and rehabilitation.
Stop Sinai Torture is a group campaigning to stop human trafficking and torture of refugees in the Sinai desert.
STOP THE TRAFFIK is a global grassroots movement that prevents human trafficking through campaign-driven community action.
Stronger Together is a multi-stakeholder collaborative initiative supporting industry to tackle modern slavery in supply chains. Stronger Together provides free to download guidance, tools and resources for business to tackle hidden forced labour and human trafficking.
Tearfund No Child Taken campaign exists to protect vulnerable children from trafficking, disease and disasters. At Tearfund we go to the places of greatest need and tackle the root causes that lead to trafficking.
The Two Little Girls is a three minute animated film spearheading an anti sex-trafficking campaign in East Europe that began in January 2009 and will continue into 2014.
UNSEEN is a charity established to disrupt and challenge human trafficking at all levels. It was established in 2008, after a disturbing visit to Ukraine by its founder.
Victim Support runs the Witness Service in every criminal court in England and Wales helping victims of sexual exploitation and trafficking to give evidence. We also run a Young Witness Service and refer victims onto specialist services following their initial contact with police.
Voice Of Freedom – supports women who have escaped trafficking as they speak about their lives and future plans through photography and text. The goal of the project is to make space for women to speak, on whatever subject and from whatever perspective they choose. Their stories show the human side of an increasingly pressing global issue. By speaking out about their experiences the women find strength, and play an active role in challenging the continued exploitation and enslavement of human beings.
Walk Free is a movement of millions of people everywhere, fighting to end one of the world’s greatest evils: modern slavery.
The West Midlands Regional Anti Trafficking Network exists for active front line practitioners and specialists, from both Statutory and Non-Statutory sectors, who may encounter trafficked men, women or children through the work they do.
The William Wilberforce Trust provides follow on support for the women who have been trafficked into sexual exploitation and are living independently in London.
Women at the Well is a women-only drop-in centre in Kings Cross dedicated to supporting women with a complex range of needs relating to street based prostitution, offending & anti-social behaviour, problematic drug and alcohol abuse, rough sleeping and trafficking.