Hope for Justice
Give Them Hope

Film & Campaign Description

Our Give Them Hope film focuses on Emer, a victim of sexual exploitation who is under the control of her trafficker.

For the millions who celebrate Christmas, it is a time to share time and experiences with family and loved ones. While Emer’s story is fictional, it draws directly from real case studies of survivors we work with at Hope for Justice and others who are still trapped in their unique human trafficking situations. For them, this season can be especially difficult: alone, separated or estranged from their families, feeling like they have no options and no hope.

Our Christmas campaign, Give Them Hope, is highlighting ways of bringing hope to all victims of modern slavery and human trafficking. We ask you to Give Them Hope to be reunited with their families, the hope of finding a secure and stable life after exploitation or the hope of achieving justice.

Hope for Justice exists to bring an end to modern slavery by preventing exploitation, rescuing victims, restoring lives, and reforming society. Find out more about how we do this at

Hope for Justice

Hope for Justice is a charity working to bring an end to modern slavery and human trafficking, and to protect the human rights of victims and survivors. Our model is based on four pillars: preventing exploitation; rescuing victims; restoring lives; and reforming society.

Founded in the UK in 2008, Hope for Justice now works across five continents. We help victims and survivors in the UK and around the world while also campaigning for long-term change.

UN Sustainable Development Goals

We align with the following UN Sustainable Development Goals: