Human Trafficking

Over 200 years after Wilberforce’s work to abolish slavery, human trafficking – modern day slavery – is endemic around the globe.

Not all slaves are trafficked, but all trafficking victims are victims of slavery. Trafficking is a particularly cruel type of slavery because it removes the victims from all that is familiar, rendering them completely isolated and alone, often unable to speak the language of their captors or fellow victims.

For further information on human trafficking and the effects this devastating industry has, please visit the pages below: