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* The figure of £4,751 quoted above is the average cost in 2012 of conducting an investigation. No matter what it costs though, we work hard to make sure that every penny of your donations is used to bringing an end to Human Trafficking.
Abolitionists are passionate about freeing slaves.
Abolitionists are committed to ending human trafficking in this country, in our lifetime.
Abolitionists support Hope for Justice investigators in the field with regular donations.
William Wilberforce pioneered Abolition and led the way to ending the Slave Trade. Today the battle continues and victory is just as vital. We’re fighting for enforcement. The laws are there and so are the mechanisms but we need you to stand on the shoulders of giants like Wilberforce and see his legacy implemented. It’s up to us to train the police and frontline services to spot the signs of trafficking and administer the National Referral Mechanism. It’s up to us to raise public awareness so that anyone can identify the victims hidden in their own communities and workplaces. It’s up to us to investigate and rescue victims who have been fooled into fearing the police.
Abolitionists have a long-haul attitude, they give whatever they can, but most importantly give it regularly each month.
That’s how we win the fight against serious organised crime; one day at a time, one rescue at a time.
If you’re against the sale of people in our own nation today, stand up and be counted;
Take a look at our Annual Report and read our review of the last year at Hope for Justice. We hope you’ll be as encouraged as us at all the progress that’s been made and share our anticipation for what’s ahead as the fight against human trafficking goes to the next level.Download PDFHope for Justice Annual Report Apr 2011 - Apr 2012