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45.8 MILLION people enslaved worldwide

8.3 MILLION people fighting to end it

and our partner organisations in the fight to end modern slavery

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Your action powers the movement of millions of people around the world to end modern slavery. By joining us, you can make sure your voice is heard. Stand together with a united community and be the generation that helps ends modern slavery.

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"We all have to use the power that each and everyone of us possess. Sign the petitions, pass on the information, share it on social networks. Let's all make a difference to this world by taking on some action, no matter how small."
"We applaud the Walk Free Movement for their work to eliminate forced labour in Brazil and for the making of the anti-slavery week."
Paulo Buffalo - Campinas City Parliament, Brazil
"All of us united can eradicate slavery at this moment of history. Nothing can stop us when the wind of justice is blowing so hard."
"You ask yourself - what can one person do? But when we all join together, we are a mighty army of millions and with one vote we say: stop modern slavery now."
"I am Walk Free. You are Walk Free."
Jason Mraz - Myanmars first open air concert, produced by MTV EXIT and Walk Free, to help end Modern Slavery

over 200

offline events


campaign wins

53 partner


Almost 7000

freedom leaders

Slavery Facts

45.8 million

people enslaved


are subject to forced labour International Labour Organization, Global Estimate of Forced Labour, 2012

Nearly 1 in 3

detected victims of slavery is a child UNODC Global Report on Trafficking in Persons, 2014

Over half

victims of slavery are women and girls International Labour Organization, Global Estimate of Forced Labour, 2012

Walk Free Partner Network

We support organisations around the world by adding the power of the Movement to their calls for change to end slavery.

                                        Partners are organisations the Walk Free Movement has supported through campaign action.
                                        Partnerships do not equal mutual endorsement outside joint campaigns.