Hope For Justice
Hope For Justice is a nationwide human rights’ organisation dedicated
to combating human trafficking in all of it’s forms. They work alongside
police, government agencies, and other organisations that are fighting
this terrible trade.
We have a Hope for Justice Act Group, who offer their time, practical abilities and financial support to this worthy cause. They meet every few months. If you want to join this group, or would like to find out more about Hope For Justice, come along to our next meeting.
Hope for Justice has pioneered a model for gathering intelligence and removing victims from explotation that would otherwise never be reached. Hope for Justice builds bridges of trust as an independent NGO and facilitates freedom by intervening themselves or by partnership with local police.
It is growing a movement of people who believe in the importance of social action. People who identify with the Hope for Justice ethos – ‘Freedom is worth the fight. Justice is non-negotiable. Refuse to abandon the least the last and the lost’.
Crossgate Church (formerly Longton Community Church) launched its Hope for Justice Act Group in 2009 with the purpose of raising awareness, fundraising and lobbying parliament.
If you have a heart for justice, we would love you to come along to our next meeting, just click on the link below, and we'll send you information of when the next meeting is. You don't have to sign up for anything, you can just come along and find out more.
There's lots of stories and information on the Hope For Justice website too.
"All that is required for evil to prevail is for good men to do nothing." Edmund Burke.