Helen Hodgson is co-founder and operations director of Hope at Home. She is also a busy mum to three teenage boys, loves walking her dog in the sunshine and is secretly a Wonder Woman wannabe.
The government is taking a huge risk if they don’t provide more training for those hosting Ukrainian families
Helen Hodgson, co-founder and operations director of Hope at Home, a national hosting scheme for survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking, explains that welcoming vulnerable people into your home requires preparation, resilience and understanding and that’s why she’s concerned about the government’s “Homes for Ukraine” scheme.
Around 136,000 people are currently enslaved in the UK. Here’s one amazing way you can help those who have managed to break free
If you’re serious about making a difference on Anti-Slavery Day (18 October), perhaps you’d consider hosting a survivor of human trafficking or exploitation, suggests Helen Hodgson from Hope at Home