Our journey started in 2005 and since then we have seen many Survivors progress towards a secure and fulfilling life. There are at least forty thousand Survivors in the UK and hundreds of thousands worldwide who are in need of the care we know is vital for sustained recovery. In 2020, we joined with Asylum Aid in order to increase our impact on Survivors and increase our power to direct policy and practise change.
However, our journey will not stop until all Survivors have power, freedom and safety.
To do this, we need to keep moving forward. We need more donations and more partnerships, to help increase support and care for many more Survivors.
Building on our reputation of excellence we will develop further insight collaboratively with partner organisations to reach and support even more Survivors. And together we will secure policy and practice change to help every Survivor. We will do this by:
- Reducing the risk of exploitation faced by Survivors of trafficking globally through policy and practice change.
- Delivering cutting edge research that shows what works in helping Survivors to recover.
- Ensuring that more Survivors of trafficking and torture get the level of care that they need.
- Increasing support for Survivors living in areas in the UK where there is none.
- Expanding the number of Survivors who get international protection as a result of accessing medical evidence.
- Amplifying our clients’ lived experience and raising the voices of all Survivors.
Our journey moving forward must be stronger than ever. Giving all Survivors the strength to fly.