Who we are

We’re a team of pioneers, sickened by the impact of modern slavery on men, women and children all over the world – and determined to bring an end to exploitation once and for all. 

Justice and Care began in 2008 and our goal has remained the same: we’re committed to an all-out assault on this vile crime. 

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

Our awards speak for themselves. Our trusted work is having a massive impact.

Executive team

James Clarry

Chief Executive

James joined Justice and Care in 2023, from the private bank Coutts – where he was the Chief Operating Officer for six years. With a background in law, James has been a long-term admirer and supporter of Justice and Care.

Cristina Huddleston

Director of European Operations

Cris oversees our frontline work in the UK and Romania, including our multi award-winning Victim Navigator Programme. Before joining Justice and Care, Cristina was the Anti-Slavery Partnership Coordinator for Essex Police and Kent Police Serious Crime Directorate.

Nicole Munns

Director of International Systemic Change

Nicole oversees our International Systemic Change Unit. Before joining Justice and Care, Nicole worked in International Development with a focus on evidence-based solutions to poverty alleviation. 

Tariqul Islam

Country Director for Bangladesh

Tariqul oversees our work in Bangladesh. In 2020 the team won a coveted Thomson Reuters Stop Slavery Award and most recently Tariqul has been named a global hero in the fight against human trafficking by the US State Department. Tariqul has years of experience in the development sector.

Madalina Turza

Country Director for Romania

Madalina leads our work fighting human trafficking in Romania. Before joining Justice and Care, she worked at the highest levels of the Romanian Government – as the Government Secretary of State in the Labour and Social Ministry Department, and then State Counsellor to the Romanian Prime Minister. Among other things she led the country’s response to human trafficking

Jamie Fyleman

Director of Global Development and Communications

Jamie oversees fundraising and all communications for Justice and Care. He started his career in the BBC. Since he’s been involved in working within the charity sector – including a senior role for a major aid and development NGO.

Claire Walters

Finance Director

Claire is a Chartered Accountant who trained with a Big Four accountancy firm. She moved into the not-for-profit sector in 2020 and oversees our global finances. 

See our work

For some fifteen years we’ve been fighting human trafficking. Starting with a small team in India, we now are operating at various locations around the world – with the same DNA of brilliant frontline work from which we gather experience to spark change at scale.

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Every pound we receive is important to us. Take a look at how we steward the funds given to us or take a look at our latest accounts.

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It’s been quite a journey. Hear how we started out and have developed since – a potted history of Justice and Care as we’ve been fighting slavery for 15 years.

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Mission and Values

We are driven by a clear vision and a set of values that underpin everything we do and the way that we do it.

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