Mission
  • To unite and empower survivors of slavery and human trafficking around the world
Vision
  • A world where survivors of slavery and human trafficking are thriving members of society.

Core Values

Empathy
  • We bring an ethic of care to all that we do. We welcome the spectrum of human emotions. Even though we will be professional, we recognize and embrace that feelings are a part of life. We seek to feel with and do with others instead of for others.
Resilient Relationships
  • We believe that healthy and resilient relationships are central to social justice work. We invest in trauma-informed and healing-centred relationships that exist within a broader community of relationships. We model these relationships through how we interact with our staff, members, and allies.

Freedom

  • We believe that freedom is more than a lack of enslavement and that everyone deserves to define what freedom means to them. We hold that freedom is both an individual and a collective journey.
Learning
  • We believe in curiosity, exploration, and ardent pursuit of new skills and knowledge. We also believe that everyone deserves grace and support in their learning process. We challenge the idea that an expert must or can know everything.
Authenticity
  • We want to build an environment where people can express who they are, and what they think, feel, and believe. We recognise that survivors' and allies' experiences are not all uniform.

Partners

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Technology development services by and for survivors and proud partner of the Survivor Alliance and its members.
The Survivor Alliance is developed in partnership with The University of Nottingham's Rights Lab
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