Breaking the grip of modern slavery

Almost 50 million people live as slaves today. In the UK alone there are estimated to be over 100,000 victims silently hidden – in places like car washes, brothels, nail bars and restaurants. In our neighbourhoods and on our streets.

We’re a charity, committed to an all-out assault on this major crime. Together we can stop modern slavery in its tracks.

We work with the police to identify men, women and children trapped in modern slavery and support them to walk free. We provide specialist aftercare and journey with them on the road to recovery. Read more
We empower survivors to work with police and the judiciary to testify in court and ensure traffickers are brought to justice. Read more
We support vulnerable families and individuals within communities that are targeted by traffickers. We raise awareness of the issue, and help families become financially stable. Read more
We demonstrate what works on the ground and use our experience and evidence to empower governments and key stakeholders to bring about change at scale. We call this systemic change and it underpins all that we do. Read more
survivors freed
prosecutions supported
frontline professionals trained
vulnerable people educated

New podcast series ‘Trafficked’ from the Guardian

Julia* was trafficked to the UK from Eastern Europe. She was brutally exploited alongside, police believe, scores of other victims.  It is a story of trauma, but also hope. Of vulnerability, but also resilience. A story of how an extraordinary woman, supported by brilliant policing and the

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Call for new Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner to be appointed after one year delay

Justice and Care has joined together with nine other anti-slavery and human rights organisations to call for an Independent Anti-slavery Commissioner to be appointed in the UK. The position has been vacant for more than a year after Dame Sara Thornton left in April 2022 when her three-year tenure came

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Organ trafficking survivor starts to rebuild life supported by Justice and Care

A Justice and Care Victim Navigator has shared how she is helping a trafficking survivor begin to rebuild his life after he was targeted by a Nigerian politician in an organ harvesting plot. A man, 21, who grew up in poverty in a remote village in Nigeria, was left

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Justice and Care gives evidence to Home Affairs Committee

The Head of the Modern Slavery Policy Unit at Justice and Care and the Centre for Social Justice was privileged to give evidence to the Home Affairs Committee’s inquiry into human trafficking last week. Tatiana Gren-Jardan appeared alongside four other expert witnesses in front of a cross-party group of MPs,

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There are millions of people living in slavery today. Your support could help set someone free and bring those responsible to justice.


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