Celebrating 15 Years of Justice
15 years ago, IJM began in response to one massive problem: poor children and families around the world desperately needed a defender.
Today, because of your partnership, we have thousands of reasons to celebrate – from girls rescued from brothels, to families freed from slavery; from traffickers and rapists held accountable to justice systems changing to protect the poor.
Over the next 15 years, we are embracing a bold vision to protect millions. Thank you for walking with us – as we celebrate 15 years of justice, we celebrate this movement of friends and supporters.
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IJM Celebrates 15 years of Justice and 15th Field Office
This month, IJM announces the launch of our 15th field office – a critical step forward in the fight against trafficking in Southeast Asia
Where: Pampanga, the Philippines
Casework focus: Combatting sex trafficking
After incredible results combatting trafficking in Cebu, the Philippines, IJM is bringing this successful model to Pampanga, the Philippines – where traffickers believe they can act with impunity.
IJM Pampanga will partner with law enforcement to rescue trafficked women and children, and to ensure that traffickers face consequences, so that vulnerable people will never be exploited and abused in the first place.
"This move by IJM is a vital one. Pampanga is suspected as a haven for the operation of syndicates involved in human trafficking. The IJM initiative will go a long way in helping put an end to this form of evil in that part of the country."
- Jose Vincent, Salazar,
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