Justice and Care rescue women and children who have been trafficked and brutally exploited. We restore their lives. We fight slavery, working with the police to pursue and dismantle criminal networks and bringing perpetrators to justice. We secure communities at risk from traffickers and spark systemic change.

Internationally, we bring together world class specialists – including social workers, lawyers, and researchers. Together they work to prevent crime, protect and restore victims, pursue and prosecute criminals and bring about changes in practice, laws and systems. It’s an all-out assault on slavery.

It’s the primary responsibility of any governments to fight crime and protect people. That is why we work with governments and law enforcement agencies to fight slavery and we share our expertise with people in power to spark systemic change.

As a business model, slavery is a no-brainer.  It’s a low-cost, low-risk business that generates huge profits.

Siddharth Kara, Director of human trafficking and modern slavery, Harvard’s Kennedy school of Government.