HopeNow takes a multi-agent and multi-agency approach to work (read more here). As such our everyday involves working with possibly and already identified trafficked people on different levels, working together with state and local authorities and institutions, and communicating regularly with other NGOs and other organisations in the field of human trafficking. We spend much time doing psycho-social work with the vulnerable groups, but also engage with individuals and instutions through:
A key component of outreach is that the groups we who are providing it are not stationary, but mobile; in other words, we meet those in need of outreach services where they need us, and this changes over time and according to needs. Read more here.
HopeNow is currently part of two major projects. The first is a an ongoing collaborative partnership with HAART, an NGO in Kenya that is working to combat human trafficking there. The second is a collaboration with COWI supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on discreet and private prostitution. Read more here.
Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Production
HopeNow believes strongly that knowledge and debate are incredibly important factors in the fight against human trafficking and in improving the lives of victims of trafficking … Indeed, HopeNow is recognised nationally and internationally as a knoweldge pool and for its ability and willingness to share knowledge via different forms of media, by giving presentations and participating in conferences, meetings etc., and through written forms of communication. Read more here.
Danish National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking
In cooperation with the Center Against Human Trafficking (CMM) and the Department for Foreign Affairs our NGO has a mandate to document and identify trafficked persons under the Danish National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking 2015-2018 for the second term in a row. Read more here.