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Hope for Justice
We are working across four continents to end modern slavery by preventing exploitation, rescuing victims, restoring lives and reforming society.
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Slave-Free Alliance May 14
Modern slavery in the supply chain - would you know what to look for and how to respond? Find out how we can help
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Hope for Justice May 13
Good to see this commitment from the Nigerian government, and recognition that co-ordinated action is needed! “No government, country or organisation can solve this challenge alone,” as the country's vice president recognises
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Meg Cooke May 12
So inspired listening to & Tim Nelson of in amongst other brilliant speakers about how all different sectors can make an impact in tackling Modern Slavery. Lots to think about!
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Hope for Justice May 9
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“She was incredibly changed. She began to live again.” Our staff located her grandmother and made sure it was safe for her to go and live with her. Today, Rut is attending school. She is happy. She is free. (name changed)
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Hope for Justice May 9
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Dereje Zeleke, our Programmes Director in Ethiopia, said: “Rut* was very lonely and stressed when she came to us. She was traumatised because of everything she had been through.” But gradually, with specialist support and care, her practical and emotional needs were addressed.
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Hope for Justice May 9
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The situation worsened as she was subjected to sexual exploitation and struggled to find food to survive on the streets of Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa. Thankfully, she was rescued and referred to one of Hope for Justice’s Lighthouse centres.
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Hope for Justice May 9
A teenage girl supported by has “begun to live again” after finding freedom from a cycle of abuse. The 15-year-old ended up living on the streets after running away from a toxic home where she was beaten and treated abysmally.
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Hope for Justice Apr 30
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It’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and you can do the 7-day hike as part of a group determined to see an end to modern slavery and human trafficking. Reach the summit of the world’s highest free-standing mountain with and a team of abolitionists!⁣
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Hope for Justice Apr 30
Today is the deadline to sign up to our amazing trek to fight trafficking, to the top of Africa’s highest mountain...: Kilimanjaro! ⁣ Sign up to this incredible adventure today!⁣
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Hope for Justice UK Apr 29
"Waste crime in UK is being run by ‘mafia’ and is linked to modern slavery says Environment Agency chief" Good to see continuing focus on this from and more coverage of our training work for its frontline teams
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Hope for Justice UK Apr 17
Good BBC news article here on our work with homeless charity . There are close links between homelessness and modern slavery; traffickers target the vulnerable, and victims who escape often end up homeless and destitute if they don't get help
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Hope for Justice Apr 15
As you should be!
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Hope for Justice Apr 15
Proud that Hope for Justice's West Midlands Hub supported this operation, assisting police. Glad victims will now get help, and good to see decisive action in shutting the factory immediately!
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Hope for Justice Apr 12
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We support this annual campaign and call on governments to commit to equality, to protect every child, to provide access to services and to create new solutions for children who are connected to the streets in any way.
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Hope for Justice Apr 12
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They voiced their right “to be free of corporal punishment or cruel and inhumane treatment in schools and other institutions” (found in Article 36 of the Constitution of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia)
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Hope for Justice Apr 12
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There was a serious message behind the occasion, which was attended by police, government and community representatives. Children read aloud sections of the country’s law, outlining their right “not to be subject to exploitative practices” or have to work in hazardous conditions
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Hope for Justice Apr 12
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A lively celebration took place at our Canaan Lighthouse in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa today where children performed drama and music as part of the day’s festivities.
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Hope for Justice Apr 12
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Young people who were previously trying to survive on the streets have joined together in calling for their government to remember that they should live “free from corporal punishment or cruel and inhumane treatment.”
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Hope for Justice Apr 12
Formerly vulnerable children being cared for by Hope for Justice have been voicing their rights to live free from exploitation today, to mark International Day for Street Children
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Hope for Justice Apr 12
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Children and young people can also access education, life skills coaching and vocational training at our Shine Schools. Our teams place an emphasis on aftercare, ensuring that those children receive continued support to bring about long-term positive change in their lives.
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