Human Trafficking Foundation


International Sub-Group

The Human Trafficking Foundation are working with our colleagues at The Salvation Army to bring together UK-based organisations carrying out anti-trafficking work internationally. This group aims to provide an opportunity for organisations carrying out anti-trafficking work internationally to network, share examples of best practice, and encourage collaboration where appropriate and possible.

Below is more information about the organisations involved in the subgroup.

A21 Campaign

A21 is a non-profit organization passionate about seeing human beings everywhere rescued from bondage and completely restored. 

Freedom united

Freedom United is a global, modern abolitionist movement working towards ending modern slavery. With a network of 8 million supporters worldwide.

Anti-slavery international

Founded in 1839, we are the oldest international human rights organisation in the world. Our vision is a world free from slavery.

Stop the traffik

We bring together people and technology to build resilient communities, and build a comprehensive picture of this global crime. 

British Red Cross

The British Red Cross is part of the world’s largest independent humanitarian network, the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.

stronger together

Stronger Together is a business led multi-stakeholder initiative working to reduce modern slavery in supply chains