Our Network

Our Network

At the The Anti-Slavery Collective we love to highlight the amazing work being done in the anti-slavery movement. We believe in the importance of working together to bring about real change and have had the pleasure of working with many different charities, NGO’s, and businesses. Please see some of them below and visit their websites to learn about the amazing work they are doing.

Since 2011, The Salvation Army and its partners have supported more than 12,500 victims of modern slavery from around 100 different countries through a Government contract. 

After helping to identify potential victims, our transport team are on call day and night, covering the length and breadth of the country to provide timely transportation to a place of safety, such as a safehouse provided by The Salvation Army or one of our partners. 

Arise is an anti-slavery NGO working across the world to protect communities from exploitation. We believe that local groups and their networks hold the key to ending slavery and human trafficking. 

We provide funding and training to frontline groups, build anti-slavery networks, commission relevant research, amplify frontline voices and advocate for change.

Nomi Network focuses on creating pathways to safe employment and economic stability for survivors and women at risk of human trafficking. They work to prevent trafficking and empower women to rewrite the narratives for future generations.

The Thomson Reuters Foundation is the corporate foundation of Thomson Reuters, the global news and information services company. As an independent charity, registered in the UK and the USA, it works to advance media freedom, foster more inclusive economies, and promote human rights. Through news, media development, free legal assistance and convening initiatives, it combines its unique services to drive systemic change.

The Global Fund to End Modern Slavery is a international fund forging public-private partnerships and catalyzing a coherent global strategy to end modern slavery.

Their strategy includes increasing resources, engaging government and the private sector, funding transformative programs and technologies, and ensuring robust assessment of impact across all partners and programs.

Bramber Bakehouse provide baking, wellbeing and employability workshops to female survivors of human trafficking.

Their 8-week programme provides skills needed to gain access to employment and/or education alongside transferable skills and community, supporting women to recover from their past experiences and move forward with their lives.

Walk Free is an international human rights group focussed on the eradication of modern slavery, in all its forms, in our lifetime. Their Global Slavery Index measures the extent and risk of modern slavery and the effectiveness of our global efforts to end it.

Caritas Bakhita House provide immediate, safe accommodation for rescued victims. They work with the women to restore personal dignity, and equip them with life and technical skills, encouraging personal independence.

They facilitate engagement with the police to gather evidence against perpetrators and have helped secure 132.5 years imprisonment for offenders.

Since 2016 the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation has been working ceaselessly with many organisations to eradicate modern slavery.

To fulfill this mission, they developed the HOPE model as a comprehensive framework to fight against human trafficking. The HOPE model focuses on prevention, rescue, and aftercare to protect and empower those affected by enslavement. 

International Justice Mission (IJM) is a global organisation, working to protect people living in poverty from violence, trafficking and slavery. IJM works to bring victims of violence and abuse to safety, provide trauma-informed support to survivors, hold perpetrators accountable, and help local law enforcement build safe futures that last. By partnering with local authorities and communities, IJM have bought over 66,000 people to safety from slavery and violent oppression, and IJM’s proven model has seen slavery decrease by up to 86% in places where they have worked.

STOP THE TRAFFIK and IBM teamed up to create The Traffik Analysis Hub. The first ever global data hub to facilitate the sharing of information about human trafficking across all industries and sectors.

The Traffik Analysis Hub gives you a highly accessible map-based analysis of Human Trafficking tailored to your requirements.

Founded in 1839, Anti – Slavery International is the oldest international human rights organisation in the world. Today, they draw on their experience to work to eliminate all forms of slavery and slavery like practices throughout the world.

Working together, just as the first abolitionists did, they have built an anti-slavery movement in collaboration with service providers, law enforcement agencies, NGOs, trade unions, lawyers, businesses and government authorities and supporters.


Unseen is working towards a world without slavery. We provide safehouses and support in the community for survivors of trafficking and modern slavery. We also run the Modern Slavery & Exploitation Helpline and work with individuals, communities, businesses, governments, other charities, and statutory agencies to stamp out slavery for good.

The UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women (UN Trust Fund) is the only global grant-giving mechanism exclusively dedicated to ending all forms of violence against women and girls.

Focusing on preventing violence, implementing laws and policies, and improving access to vital services for survivors, the UN Trust Fund invests in life-changing initiatives for millions of women and girls around the world. To date, the UN Trust Fund has invested a total of US$198 million in support of 609 civil society-driven initiatives in 140 countries and territories.

Migrant Help exists to protect people affected by displacement and exploitation, helping them thrive as individuals and recover from their trauma.

We are one of the leading providers of specialist support and accommodation for adult victims and their dependants with dedicated teams across England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. We provide all-round care to help survivors recover from the trauma they have endured. Ultimately, our main priorities are reducing the risk of re-trafficking and empowering our clients as they rebuild their stolen lives.

Hope for Justice is a charity working to bring an end to modern slavery and human trafficking by preventing exploitation, rescuing victims, restoring lives, and reforming society. Founded in the UK in 2008, Hope for Justice is now an international charity working across five continents to protect the human rights of victims and survivors.

Mission 89 is a research, education and advocacy organisation inspired by the 1989 UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, FIFA’s Article 19 intended to protect the commercial movement of footballers under the age of 18 and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) principles prohibiting the exploitation of young athletes, ensuring that they are protected from unscrupulous recruiters and agents.

Mission 89 works to combat human trafficking through prevention initiatives. Mission 89 researches the trafficking of young athletes, raise visibility, interest and communication around the issue, empowers those most vulnerable to exploitation, drives regulations to ensure accountability and augments efforts by bringing together all stakeholders to tackle the issue.

Justice and Care work overseas and in the UK – bringing care to survivors of modern slavery, securing justice, and creating change at scale. 

They partner with law enforcement agencies and police to rescue victims and provide them with specialist care to rebuild their lives. Their work dismantles criminal networks and secures justice for survivors, by supporting them to engage with police investigations. They work collaboratively with governments and sector specialists to tackle the problem at national and international scale, and pioneer new ideas to achieve change at scale. 

Globally, their programmes focus on prevention, systemic change and survivor empowerment. 

Invisible Traffick is a Northern Ireland-based charity aiming to raise awareness of, and tackle human trafficking and modern slavery in the United Kingdom and across the island of Ireland through the delivery of education programmes in schools.

Their initiatives and resources are designed to help children and young people spot the types and signs of modern slavery, and to equip them with the tools to keep them safe from dangerous situations. They also engage in training front line professionals working in transport hubs, hospitals, schools and universities.

Ella’s is a London-based organisation supporting survivors of trafficking and exploitation by empowering them to recover from their experience and rebuild their lives safely, freely, and independently. The charity provides tailored-care and direct support to vulnerable women, runs safehouses for survivors of trafficking and sexual exploitation, and provides long-term community-based support in neighbourhoods across London.

Ella’s also supports campaigns and initiatives to challenge injustice and tackle the crimes of trafficking and exploitation locally and nationally.

Sophie Hayes Foundation is a UK-based organisation that supports women survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery to develop the skills and confidence to lead independent and free lives. It is the only organisation focused solely on supporting survivors through coaching and skills development, to achieve independence and sustainable freedom.

Their programmes consist of coaching, facilitation, and training resources helping survivors grow in confidence and develop essential skills for future employment and education. All of which are essential for living independently, finding work, and remaining free.