Project Light

Exploitation robs people of their dignity, their identity and often their health.  It can subject them to some of the most degrading, violent and fearful conditions.

Poverty, homelessness, poor mental health, isolation, war and displacement, addiction, the effects of COVID-19, make people more vulnerable to trafficking and are all too often the experience of those who are being exploited or have been a victim of trafficking. 

We know that there are many more people in our villages, towns and cities that are and have been exploited, they are hidden in plain sight and are often accessing services such as food banks, homeless hostels, drop in centres or other statutory services.  We help people at risk to build resilience to trafficking as well as increasing the number of victims who are identified and recovered.  We do this by:

  • providing literature and information raising awareness of human trafficking
  • tailored training training packages for all sectors
  • human trafficking second tier advice for statutory, NGO and corporate sectors
  • carrying out intelligence gathering operations to identify victims of trafficking
  • providing crisis advocacy for potential victims of trafficking

Our experienced team work with frontline staff, building knowledge and confidence in spotting the signs of trafficking in order that potential victims have the time, space and information they need to make a decision about their next steps and get the specialist support they deserve.

Contact us to find out more about our training and support services

“SOHTIS’ Challenge Poverty webinar highlighted the importance of strong storytelling when trying to raise awareness of complex issues that are often misunderstood or misinterpreted externally. The intertwining of facts and figures with carefully-selected stories really helped bring the human trafficking situation in the UK to life in a way I would not necessarily have anticipated digitally. It’s certainly a presentation that stuck with me and helped give not only a stronger understanding of what human trafficking is and who it’s happening to, but also a new perspective on what role we as individuals have in fighting it.”


If you have suspicions regarding anyone who may be affected by human trafficking or modern slavery take a few minutes to report what you know to the Modern Slavery Helpline 08000 121 700. You can do this anonymously.
In an emergency always call 999.