Churches are working together to try to end human trafficking. Below we list the churches and Christian organisations involved in helping put an end to modern day slavery, including campaigns and resources for those who would like to get involved.
“To be silent is to be unfaithful”: a resource pack for the church on human trafficking.
EndSlavery aims to help combat human trafficking providing both Catholic and Anglican resources, as well as links to international anti-trafficking legislation. It has been produced by the Pontifical Science Academies, building on the success of the Global Freedom Network.
The Global Freedom Network is an open association of faith leaders that aims to eradicate modern slavery and human trafficking across the world by 2020. The Joint Declaration of Religious Leaders Against Modern Slavery was signed on 2 December 2014 by Catholic, Anglican, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, and Orthodox leaders, including Pope Francis and the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby.
An anti-human trafficking organisation working to uncover and abolish the hidden crime of modern-day slavery, which is looking to partner with churches.
Offer a specialist support programme designed to preserve the dignity of victims, protect and care for them in safe accommodation, and provide access to confidential client-based support services to give victims the space to reflect, recover and rebuild their lives.
Charity founded by Steve Chalke who has become a United Nations Special Advisor on Community Action Against Trafficking.