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Removing the Invisible Handcuffs

Invisible Traffick GB exists to expose the hidden truths behind Sex Trafficking. Our aim is to educate others about the long-term effects of trauma, so that survivors can live to their full potential.

The work of Invisible Traffick GB is reliant on grants and donations. We directly and unashamedly appeal to you to dig deep. Make this vision become a reality.

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HELP US EXPOSE THE HIDDEN TRUTHS AND SUPPORT VICTIMS OF SEX TRAFFICKING.

Are you passionate about the injustice of sex trafficking? Do you have the heart to help? Partner with us to support those who are in great need. Together we can make a difference. We will see the vulnerable transformed into independent survivors living fruitful lives.

“Did you know, UK women were the 2nd largest group of reported cases of sex trafficking in 2017?”

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EXPOSE YOURSELF TO SEX TRAFFICKING

"Did you know, UK women were the 2nd largest group of reported cases of sex trafficking in 2017?”

According to the Home Office, 13,000 people could be working in the UK as slaves. Although an exact figure is unknown, the most common form of modern day slavery is sexual exploitation of girls and women.

Young and vulnerable women are duped by promises of loving relationships that can soon turn into threats, coercion, forced addiction and prostitution.

Vulnerable women come to the UK with the promise of a brighter future, an opportunity to escape poverty, civil unrest and/or persecution. There could be a fictitious job offer in the UK - a chambermaid or a hotel worker - that would ostensibly allow them to earn money to send back to their families.

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