What we do?

The Foundation has as its primary aim communicating to policy makers and lead statutory agencies a greater understanding of the rapidly changing realities of human trafficking, as witnessed by those working on the ground. Our purpose in so doing is to inform and shape future policy while ensuring that existing policy is effectively enforced.

With this in mind, we carry out a series of activities which involve Members of Parliament, NGOs, law enforcement agencies and other actors committed to fighting human trafficking across the UK and in Europe.

Our work is focused around a few key areas:

  • Shaping policy and act as a conduit between NGOs and policy makers;
  • Supporting the sector by working closely with key organisations fighting human trafficking;
  • Raising public awareness about modern day slavery;
  • Identifying new opportunities and establishing best practices.