IMSA Model Development: Stage 2 Launch Sep 28 Manchester, UK and online via Zoom Stage 2 of the IMSA Model Development will be launched on 28th September 2023 when the draft framework will be presented; findings from the Stage 1 independent evaluation shared; and plans for Stage 2 outlined. There are a number of ways to get involved to
The British Red Cross, Hope for Justice, the Snowdrop Project are developing a framework for the accreditation of Independent Modern Slavery Advocates.
Hope for Justice, British Red Cross and the Snowdrop Project are jointly developing a framework for accreditation of Independent Modern Slavery Advocates, IMSAs
Modern slavery survivor care: Hope for Justice UK advice service and signposting. Advocacy Advice Provision can help with welfare benefits & pre-NRM advocacy
A woman who was trafficked to the UK for forced labour has secured full-time employment with Greencore after taking part in a Bright Future placement.
A survivor of human trafficking was wrongly accused of being a criminal and put on trial for offences that he committed under duress.
A survivor of human trafficking is now living independently after receiving four years of advocacy and support from Hope for Justice to help rebuild his life.
Two survivors of modern slavery and their toddler have been supported to move into a new house after their former landlady tried to illegally evict them.
A Polish couple who were trafficked for forced labour have had their criminal convictions overturned after a successful appeal proved their innocence.
A Polish couple have received £20,000 after police failed to investigate their trafficking case, despite them being identified as victims of modern slavery.