Our Network

Our network is made up of community organisations or community interest charities working within the modern slavery and human trafficking sector or have an interest in the modern slavery and human trafficking sector.

We share a common vision to have a collective voice towards the eradication of all forms of slavery and human trafficking.

Full Members

AFRUCA aims to promote the well-being and protection of children in UK Black and Minority Ethnic communities. Our work is a response to the risks that children face in regards to safeguarding and protection from abuse and harm. The main focus of our work is Child Abuse Prevention and Early Intervention.


SafronSACAP work with African and Caribbean children, vulnerable adults, young people and families; empowering them to make the right decisions, meeting the needs of every child, young person, ensuring better outcomes for all children and families, to keep them safe and to help them to engage with all services available to them.
SaffronSACAP offers a unique service ‘bridging the gap’, by providing education and support to empower Black African families to make the right decisions, signposting them to both statutory and non-statutory organisations in the best interest of their children.
Music Relief Foundation was founded in 2011 by Magdalene Adenaike. The charity was inspired by Magdalene’s first-hand experiences of the hardships, isolation, and challenges faced by becoming a teenage parent. During this period, she discovered the transformative power of music and the importance of bringing other teenage mothers together to share their experiences. With these two revelations, the idea for Music Relief Foundation was born.


Europia is a community development organisation established in 2008. Our friendly multi-lingual team are committed to supporting and empowering Eastern European nationals in Greater Manchester. We also work with regional and national partners and in doing this, we have national recognition


Our aim at Blossom Foundation is to Educate, Inspire & Empower the BME Black African girls in the age group of 10-20 through their transitional stages of becoming a full-blown adult.

This is so that we can identify issues from an early stage and intervene to make corrections to help them be the best they can be in all life aspects be it social, physical, emotional and economic wellbeing.


La Fraternité is a community-based, cultural, non-political and non-for-profit charity organisation. We are registered in England and Wales under the registration number 1135690.  Our charity was created in 2007 following a casual friendly Guinean meeting that later laid the foundation of a much wider and formal organisation that is La Fraternité.  La Fraternité derives the french language and its English meaning is simply “The Fraternity”.


The Salam Project is a group of youth workers who care passionately about young people and helping them to live their best lives. We believe the most effective way to do that is by challenging extremist views, promoting positive values and giving youth the skills to get back into work.


Reflecteen organises empowerment programmes and workshops aimed at equipping parents and teens with the vital tool of effective communication skills which is essential for positive interpersonal relationships. Our workshops are highly renowned for improving mutual respect, tackling common challenges that parents and teens face in their daily interactions.


Bawso is the lead organisation in Wales providing practical and emotional support to black minority ethnic (BME) and migrant victims of domestic abuse, sexual violence, human trafficking, Female Genital Mutilation and forced marriage. Our vision is of a future when all people in Wales are free from abuse, violence and exploitation. To achieve this vision, we have been working tirelessly for twenty-four years and to end all forms of Violence Against Women. We have supported a quarter of a million people.


House of Rainbow provides a safe place and welcoming for LGBTIQ asylum seekers and provide free consultation but chargeable service for the preparation of “witness statement” to support their claims. This works requires more intervention where we can provide more support including visiting asylum seekers in detention centre and working effectively to understand their stories and document their journeys.


Ehinor Otaigbe-Amedu is the founder and the director of Wonderfully Made Woman, a free support and counselling service. Though a lawyer by Profession, Ehinor has always had compassion for women and girls. Ehinor also obtained a Diploma in Counselling and Care and certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy(CBT).


The Nous Organisation Limited is a not for profit organisation that raises awareness about mental health issues in the community.


LPF Kiddies Club (CIC) is a not for profit out of School Club founded by Carmel Britto in 2013. We are based in Abbey Wood, Royal Borough of Greenwich and we support local children aged 5 to 14 years old to fulfil their potential through education, mentorship and personal development training. We create opportunities for children and young people to develop the functional and life skills needed to improve their life chances, eradicate poverty, raise their achievement levels and become future leaders.



Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF) supports and empowers vulnerable and disadvantaged people. We are a community-led initiative that aims to equip diaspora communities and marginalised peoples with the tools they need to find health, safety, prosperity and opportunity to lead fulfilling and happy lives.


End Slavery International is committed to reintegrating victims and so work in partnership with communities, business, governments and other organisations so that we can eradicate slavery in all angles.


AFRUCA aims to promote the well-being and protection of children in UK Black and Minority Ethnic communities. Our work is a response to the risks that children face in regards to safeguarding and protection from abuse and harm. The main focus of our work is Child Abuse Prevention and Early Intervention.


A Safe Place of Hope for UK African Survivors of Child Abuse


Khai Tzedek CIC is an independent advocacy service for asylum seekers and refugees who have been trafficked. We cover Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, and South Cheshire areas.


African Rainbow Family (ARF) is a non-for-profit charitable organisation that support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender intersexual and queer (LGBTIQ) people of African heritage and the wider Black Asian Minority Ethnic groups.


SAWN-Support and Action for Women Network was established in 2007 to promote the welfare of Black/African women in Oldham and Great Manchester. SAWN´s aim is to realise the full potential of women by engaging them in activities, providing opportunities and events to make women independent, self-sustaining,


WODIN – Women & Digital Inclusion

Promotes the welfare of the BME – Black Immigrant women in Liverpool, Merseyside UK. Through Training programs, mentorship and support, which empowers them to realize their full potential so they can flourish at home, in the workplace and/or in their enterprise. We engage them in productive activities, provide opportunities, and events to help them become self-sustaining