Monday October 18th 2021 is International Anti-Slavery Day. This is a day when people all around the world can raise awareness of the issues of human trafficking and modern slavery.

Trafficking, slavery, and abuse, are some of the most polarising issues of our time. As statistics currently stand, there are 40.3 million people currently living in slavery, with over two thirds of them in Asia.

Hagar is working in response to these issues through providing comprehensive recovery to survivors, and by educating communities on how to prevent and recognise trafficking.

In order to do this incredible work, we rely on you for support and generosity.

People support Hagar in lots of ways, but we want to highlight one way and that is through a sponsored run.

On October 17th a brilliant team of runners will be taking part in the Oxford Half marathon raising money for Hagar. 

You can find out more about their run and why they are running at

www.justgiving.com/campaign/oxfordhalfhagar 

Or if you would like to do something to raise awareness of the issues of modern slavery and anti trafficking then please be in touch – we’d love to hear about it!

Hagar pursues the highest degree of care and protection for each of its clients. To protect the identity of our clients, names have been changed and images do not necessarily represent the individual profiled.

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By partnering with Hagar, you’re supporting survivors to heal from the trauma of severe abuse. Our work is dependent on charitable giving by people like you.

Help us transform lives

Donate now

By partnering with Hagar, you’re supporting survivors to heal from the trauma of severe abuse. Our work is dependent on charitable giving by people like you.

Help us transform lives

Donate now

By partnering with Hagar, you’re supporting survivors to heal from the trauma of severe abuse. Our work is dependent on charitable giving by people like you.

Help us transform lives

Donate now

By partnering with Hagar, you’re supporting survivors to heal from the trauma of severe abuse. Our work is dependent on charitable giving by people like you.

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