The Medaille Trust

The Medaille Trust is a charity founded to help women, men and children who have been freed from human-trafficking.

Our Work

The work of the Medaille Trust is the empowerment of women, young men and children, who have been freed from the human-trafficking industry here in the UK, enabling them to regain their dignity and self-worth.

We do this by providing safe housing and offering opportunities for physical and psychological healing and rehabilitation. We raise awareness of the plight of those who are enslaved and exploited in the UK and campaign on this issue.


Latest News

Updated 23/03/2015

Easter Newsletter
Our new Easter Newsletter 2015 in now available for download.  To see all of our archived newletter please check out out download section.

We are currently looking for two Diocesan Representatives in the Diocese of Southwark and Diocese of Westminster.  Please check out or Jobs Section for more details.


We are recruiting!  See our Job Section for all the latest positions.


EU Reports on Trafficking 
The first report at the EU level on statistics on trafficking in human beings. It includes data for the years 2008, 2009 and 2010. The EU and its Member States have selected trafficking in human beings as one of the priority areas in the fight against organised crime. This first report includes statistical data from all 27 EU Member States, Croatia and the following EU Candidate and EFTA/EEA countries: Iceland, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland and Turkey.


Trafficking in Persons is now available for download
TIP Report Download

Interesting Downloads

The Eurostat Working Paper on Trafficking Human Beings

La Strada Findings & results of the European Action for Compensation of Trafficked Persons


Turner Moss et al 2013_Labour Exploitation


GIFT OSCE Analysing the Business Model ofTrafficking

Anti Slavery Day Booklet 2012

Further information on the Transparency in Supply Chains campaign Download

Goverment Report on Human Trafficking Legislation 2012

The Challenges of Human Trafficking in Wales 2012