Awareness raising: The key to sustainable resilience building

Albanians, especially the youth, are one of the most trafficked populations in Europe. Read more

Faith-targeted human trafficking highlights need for better foreign aid policy

In some parts of the world, minorities are at greater risk of exploitation. This is nothing new. From Uighurs in China to indigenous communities in the Amazon, ethnic and religious minorities have often found themselves targeted because they are different. Read more

Arise welcomes Trixie Brenninkmeijer Schürholz to the board

Arise is delighted to announce that Trixie Brenninkmeijer Schürholz has joined its international board of trustees. Read more

Arise in Assam: AMRAT Strategic Planning Meeting and Projects

Arise was delighted to support and participate in the AMRAT Strategic Planning Meeting in Guwahati, Assam, in March. Read more

Prevention of exploitation through communities; effectively addressing causes and not just consequences

In April, Arise visited projects in Jharkhand, India to learn how local community based animators are empowering their own communities to increase resilience against all forms of exploitation and trafficking. Read more

Arise brings frontline voices to the UN

Arise brought two partners, one from Albania and one from India, to address a side-event at the United Nation's Commission on the Status of Women Read more

Talk the Walk kicks off with London Workshop

Arise's brings frontline workers from across the globe together to launch its new two-year Talk the Walk Project Read more

Working with the most vulnerable in Himachel Pradesh

Arise's India Coordinator went to visit one of the migrant communities that our new project is serving in Himachal Pradesh. Click to hear about her visit. Read more

RENATE and Arise bring the European frontlines to Parliament

Too often the voices of the frontlines do not permeate the Westminster bubble. Arise and RENATE's most recent event tried to redress that. Read more

Sisters versus traffickers

Women religious are liberating people from slavery across the world. Why don’t we hear more about it? Read more

Threads of Soldarity: The anti-slavery commitment of the Conference of Religious of England and Wales

Groundbreaking report, Threads of Solidarity, published into the anti-slavery contribution of religious in England and Wales. Read more

If we're serious about ending slavery, we need to get serious about faith

Arise's Director, Luke de Pulford, argues for the importance of religious literacy in the anti-slavery movement. Read more

Arise welcomes three new Trustees

Arise is delighted to welcome Lord Hogan-Howe, Aimee Barr and David Bringle to its board. Read more