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The history of Invisible Traffick

Established in 2012 in Northern Ireland originally under the identity of FPI, our official launch was held at the Ulster Temple in Belfast. The volunteer base at that time was approximately 20 volunteers, and in that same year we became a member of Department of Justice Engagement Group. Our rebrand took place in Jan 2014 which changed only our identity to Invisible Traffick NI. Over the past 4 years we have achieved many goals such as producing, directing a short film called ‘No Hope’ which won the NI short Film awards in 2103. In September 2015 we opened two new departments I.T. –Great Britain and I.T. Ireland, both of these are growing rapidly, as IT-GB has celebrated the launch of our first Safe House, called Tamar House which houses adult females who have been recovered from sexual exploitation and have gone through the NRM process. IT-IRL has celebrated its first anniversary in Sligo and is about to launch the education pack to primary schools in the South of Ireland. Throughout this time we have been engaging on various fund raising activities to raise the money for our new website and also for our Support Helpline which is launching this March 2017. Our team of volunteers has subsequently increased to 90+ throughout all three of our departments. Invisible Traffick- NI has a long-term goals, which is to of provide a multifunctional Resource centre. This will serve as a hub to facilitate and support victims of Human Trafficking. This will be a crucial facility to help restore and provide a recovery mechanism for victims of Modern Day Slavery. CONTACT US; Northern Ireland To speak with our Helpline Call Handlers: Please call..0808 800 8001 Our office hours are Monday to Friday 10am until 2pm Please call: 02891 819781

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