Hope for Justice


Volunteer Opportunities: Yes


Thomas Clarkson and other abolitionists formed the Anti-Slavery Society on April 17, 1839 to campaign against slavery worldwide. The organization was founded following the first successful antislavery convention in London. That campaign promoted alternatives to slave plantations, pushed for the end of the Transatlantic Slave Trade and demanded the abolition of the indentured labor system in the British colonies. It played a pivotal role in ending the activities of the Peruvian Amazon Company, which was using indigenous slave labor in rubber production.


"Hope for Justice identifies and rescues victims, advocates on their behalf, provides restorative care which rebuilds lives and trains frontline professionals to tackle slavery.”

  • Contact Information:
  • P.O. BOX 299
  • Manchester,
  • United Kingdom
  • Active In: Norway, Cambodia, United States, United Kingdom
  • Forms of Abolition: 
  • Awareness, Rescue, Aftercare, Empowerment
  • Forms of Slavery: 
  • Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor, Child Labor
  • Additional Locations:
    • P.O. Box 50165
    • Nashville, Tennessee 37205
    • United States
    • AS Postboks 246 Sentrum, 4002
    • Stavanger,
    • Norway