January will see the world enter its third year under the shadow of COVID. A new report from the Modern Slavery and Human Rights Policy and Evidence Centre, shows the pandemic has increased levels of poverty, inequality and unemployment around the world, which in turn has led to an increase in modern slavery.
A woman left traumatised from years of sexual slavery and domestic servitude, is enjoying a fresh start thanks to help from City Hearts.
to many of City Hearts’ clients. They allow them to access services, stay in touch with friends and contact their caseworkers.
Geoff Cheshire hopes his expertise and knowledge around assisting vulnerable people will support the charity as it grows across the region.
City Hearts supporter Brian Gregory with the year’s supply of Tony’s Chocolonely bars he won for raising the most money during a fundraising event.
HUNDREDS of children affected by modern slavery will enjoy a brighter Christmas this year thanks to the generosity of Sheffield residents.
The Nationality and Borders Bill is a set of new and amended laws that were introduced to the House of Commons in July 2021, and is currently going through Parliament. If it succeeds it will likely become law in 2022.
Survivors of slavery living in our Lancashire safe houses will enjoy a festive Christmas this year thanks to generous donations.
Hundreds of children supported by City Hearts will enjoy a brighter Christmas this year thanks to children’s charity, Kids Out.
In 2018, City Hearts UK began working with a small team of volunteers in the Netherlands who were determined to make a difference in their community.