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WHAT WE DO

Over 12 months we support programme participants to build confidence, self-worth, resilience, skills and tangible outcomes to independence.

Our unique Employability Programme, consists of 2 modules focusing on growth in confidence whilst simultaneously building life changing employability and educational skills. Our programme is delivered via bespoke and creative ways during group workshops, one to one and group coaching, plus voluntary & work placements, access to training, and formal education.

Additionally, all our survivors have access to their Survivor Network, for ongoing peer to peer support, companionship and further confidence building.

To date we have supported hundreds of women to gain valuable life changing employability experiences across a diverse range of sectors: Social Care. The National Health Service. Retail. Finance. Light Industry. Fashion. Hospitality. Community College. University. Volunteering.

HOW DO WE DO THIS

Working with referral partners across the sector, that provide immediate needs of survivors, ranging from; legal status claims, to accessing to statutory care and emotional and physical health and well being.

We step in to provide skills and confidence for women survivors to exit long term support and live independent lives.

Lives not as victims or survivors but as members of society without a label.

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MODULE 1:

8 WEEKLY GROUP WORKSHOPS

REBUILDING:

CONFIDENCE

PURPOSE

STRENGTHS

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MODULE 2:

UP TO 8 SESSIONS FOR:

GROUP. 121. & REMOTE

COACHING. PLUS ACCESS TO WORK PLACEMENTS, 

FURTHER EDUCATION 

& VOLUNTEERING

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SURVIVOR NETWORK EVENTS FOR 

PEER TO PEER SUPPORT 

LONG TERM LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT 

& SOCIALISATION

WHAT OUR PROGRAMME PARTICIPANTS SAY

PROGRAMME ELIGIBILITY

CONTACT US FOR OPPORTUNITIES TO DELIVER IN YOUR REGION AND GENERAL PROGRAMME ENQUIRES HERE

INDEPENDENCE THROUGH EMPLOYABILITY  FOR WOMEN SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

107-111 Fleet Street. London. Greater London. EC4A 2AB.

United Kingdom. Telephone: 020 7936 9880. 

Registered England & Wales Charity Number: 1145176. 

Registered Company Number: 78886303

ALL SURVIVORS ON OUR SITE ARE PORTRAYED BY ACTORS

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