Turn up. Speak out. End slavery.

‘Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give up.’  Luke 18:1

Join us for a weekend of community, celebration and prayer as we go behind-the-scenes on live cases and share about the challenges facing recently rescued survivors.

October 7th-8th 2016 in Birmingham


Hear from leading abolitionists

Our team are some of the world’s anti-slavery pioneers, come and hear about their experiences and get inspired.

Make a difference
in the fight

Help change the lives of slaves by praying into the behind-the-scenes cases shared by our frontline team.

Be part of something bigger

This is your movement and together we can end slavery … but only if we show up and
take a stand.

Have fun and help
people too

We’re fighting a battle but there’s also time over this weekend to share encouragement, share contacts and share a laugh.

Ben Cooley

Ben leads a growing team of professionals working in partnership with law enforcement and pioneering model anti-trafficking programmes around the world. An incredible communicator, he is invited to encourage and inspire audiences around the world to take hold of their own potential to shape society for the better.


Dave Rogers

Dave Rogers recently retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation after serving as a federal criminal investigator for over 23 years. He spent the last four years of his career running the FBI’s Human Trafficking program within the Civil Rights Unit and this summer joined Hope for Justice as US Director.

James Pond

James has built a world class restorative care programme for girls rescued from sex trafficking in Cambodia. As Global Director of Survivor Care at Hope for Justice he brings an incredible depth of experience to them team. He has spoken around the world on survivor care and brings a frontline perspective to his seminars.

+ more of the Hope for Justice team