Our Values

We prioritise rest

We hold the concept and practice of rest with value, understanding that the constant demands that society imposes on us has severe implications on our ability to feel whole, worthy, and well in a holistic way. 

We hold an intersectional perspective

We acknowledge the interconnectedness of social categories like race, gender, sexuality, and class and the relation to power and exploitation in addressing human trafficking. 

We are trauma-informed

We make continuous efforts to learn and understand the effect of traumatic experiences, the symptoms, and the presentation of trauma with a cultural lens. We try to ensure the activities and systems in place uphold the principle of ‘do no harm’.

We believe in building solidarity and communities

We recognize that survivors heal and thrive in healthy relationships and therefore strive to create a support system that enables growth, sharing, learning, resources, and connection.