Freedom Acts was developed to tackle the issue of exploitation and has focused on delivering awareness and training to many voluntary and statutory groups, engaging people directly through school lessons, seminars, workshops and presentations.

In partnership with the Department of Justice the Freedom Acts team created several training resources to educate young people in issues of trafficking, activism, fair-trade, grooming, online safety and healthy relationships.

This resource pack has been designed to equip youth workers/volunteers with a clear and comprehensive set of 6 interactive sessions that will help your youth group to explore and understand the challenging issue of human trafficking and exploitation.

The resource pack has been designed to teachers and youth workers with a clear and comprehensive set of 3 interactive sessions that will help your students/ young people to think about the impact of relationships, media & culture and the Internet on their lives.

These resources may be accessed via the Freedom Acts website.


The Empowered to be Free project aims to support direct support to people who are vulnerable to exploitation or have been victims of exploitation. The project consists of a 10wk programme of rights-based workshops and one-to-one sessions, in which individuals are provided with resilience training, introduced to support services, entitlements and supported regarding employability and positive integration opportunities.

For more information about the project and how to make a referral please contact the team.


FREEDOM ACTS | Project Coordinator

Phone:                028 3839 3372



FREEDOM ACTS | Development Officer

Phone:               028 3839 3372


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