"My experience at Unseen"
Staff at our safe-house asked the survivors we work with to write a short piece about their experience of being at the house and how Unseen had helped them. This is what Rose, a British survivor of human trafficking, had to say:
“My favourite part of the coming to the house has been meeting new people. I have learnt about African food and how to say my name in Kikuyu, which is a Kenyan tribal language. I have learnt a lot about myself and I now have different views on life and where I want to go in this world. I can now empathise with different cultures. I’ve enjoyed so many things, especially going for walks, getting to know the city and relaxing in the peace and quiet. It’s so different from where I have come from.”