Women are not property, but some are marked as such. Victims of human trafficking carry these markings, scars, tattoos, long after they regained their freedom. Seeing these markings every day when looking at oneself, is a psychological trap, a chain that binds to the past.

Survivors Ink is helping women to cover-up their scars and tattoos, beautify, or even erase them, and is helping them build a new life.

Though founder, and human trafficking survivor, Jennifer Kempton, died in 2017, the organisation remains true to its values, raises awareness and is a helping hand for women during their path to recovery.