In Bangladesh, we have the privilege of working with a group of inspiring, independent and thriving young women – each has experienced the horrors of trafficking, but they refuse to let their pasts define them. With the support of Justice and Care, they have determinedly rebuilt their lives and are now becoming leaders in the anti-trafficking fight. We call them Champion Survivors.

Together as a group, the Champions support other survivors with their recovery – through peer mentoring, leading family counselling sessions and raising awareness about modern slavery in their communities, among other crucial activities. We are were thrilled to have employed 20 Champions as Aftercare Facilitators (ACFs), who we work alongside in our mission to join forces to end slavery.

After being rescued from forced prostitution, Ruby* faced harassment and lost her hope all over again. But against all odds, Ruby courageously turned her life around and reclaimed her future.


Watch her share her extraordinary story…

*name changed to protect identity

Ambitious for the future

Today, more people are enslaved than at any other time in history. We are relentless in our mission to join forces to end this horrific crime. In every area where we work, we seek to demonstrate that modern slavery can be combatted.

Will you help us to end slavery?

Your generosity will support all areas of our work, enabling us to accelerate our strategic programmes and transform the lives of survivors globally.

Giving frequency
Monthly giving
or other amount
Give monthly
£12 a month could train a survivor in Bangladesh to mentor other victims
£30 a month could provide a survivor with essential mobile phone top-ups
£85 a month could allow one of our Navigators to support a survivor in the UK for a year
or other amount
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£15 could train a UK police officer to identify slavery victims
£50 could provide emergency accommodation and supplies to a victim rescued at the Bangladesh border
£100 could provide a survivor with professional counselling, supporting them on their journey to recovery

How are donations doubled?

Thanks to one of our generous supporters, donations made between 15 April – 24 May will be doubled (up to £100,000) in honour of our Champion Survivors. This means your gift will go twice as far!

If you sign up to give regularly, your gifts for the next 12 months will also be doubled.

A programme made possible by UK International Development, UK Government.