HopeNow, Empowering Trafficked People invites you for a free debate panel: “Transactional Sex and Relationships in the Digital Age.”

HopeNow, Empowering Trafficked People invites you for a free debate panel:  “Transactional Sex and Relationships in the Digital Age.” The event is about how people use digital space to create relations, human trafficking in Denmark, and ‘Only Fans’ activities, which leads to prostitution for very young Danish persons. The event is a cooperation between HopeNow, …

Generalforsamling 2021 i HopeNow

Hermed indkaldes til generalforsamling 2021 i HopeNow torsdag d. 24.6. kl. 17 på adressen Peter Bangsvej 18, 4. Jvnf. vedtægterne er dagsorden som flg.: Valg af dirigent og referent Forelæggelse af formandens beretning til godkendelse Forelæggelse af revideret regnskab for 2020 til godkendelse Forelæggelse af bestyrelsens forslag til kontingent og budget for det kommende år …

HopeNow are members of La Strada International EU Platform and wish to announce the upcoming webinar: Access to Residence for Victims of Trafficking

HopeNow are members of La Strada International EU Platform and wish to announce the upcoming webinar: Access to Residence for Victims of Trafficking “On 12 March 2021 – 11.00 AM CET La Strada International organises the webinar Access to Residence for Victims of Trafficking. During this webinar we will launch a new research report Residence …

HopeNow partners with Prevention Access Campaign

HopeNow has partnered with Prevention Access Campaign, a health equity initiative to end the dual epidemics of HIV and HIV-related stigma by empowering people with and vulnerable to HIV with accurate and meaningful information about their social, sexual, and reproductive health. Their growing global community of HIV advocates, activists, researchers, and over 1,000 Community Partners …

OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights selects Mercy Obade

HopeNow is proud to announce that Mercy Obade – HopeNow’s Cultural Social Worker – has been chosen as one of 21 survivors to assist the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) in the International Survivors Advisory Council. Mercy is from Kenya and is a trafficking survivor. Together with HopeNow staff, she has …

We Are Not Optimists, But We Are Prisoners Of Hope

HopeNow’s daily work is with marginalised groups of people at risk from multiple factors, who now also face grave risks to their health. As the virus grows exponentially around the world, we are entering what may be one of the gravest public health challenges we’ve yet faced in my lifetime, and I grew up in …

The Only Way Out, is Through

HopeNow has a history of using art as a medium to share knowledge with the wider public on the phenomenon of human trafficking. Last year we collaborated with the migrant-led arts organisation Immart on an exhibition at the Workers Museum (2017-18) Arbejdermuseet, and this year HopeNow is working with Mute Comp. Physical Theatre to bring …