BELALAM, INDIA – IJM Bangalore is empowering former forced labor slaves in one community through innovative aftercare projects in partnership with Intel India and TREE, a local non-governmental organization.
IJM Vice President of Government Relations Holly Burkhalter discussed the vital necessity of rule of law in the aftermath of the January 12th earthquake in Haiti.
NAIROBI, KENYA – Released on New Year's Eve after 16 months of incarceration in Nairobi's Industrial Remand Prison, 42-year-old Peter began 2010 a free man.
International NGO raises concern about security of tens of thousands of orphaned children
GUATEMALA CITY, GUATEMALA – First step. First word. Favorite food. All these important milestones in the life of an infant have been carefully recorded in baby books by the members of a mother’s group in Guatemala City.
GUATEMALA CITY – One of IJM Guatemala’s longest-running cases came to a close in a whirlwind day in court on October 28, 2009, when Veronica’s* perpetrator was sentenced to sixteen years in jail for his long-term sexual abuse of the girl.
CHENNAI, INDIA – When IJM and local government officials arrived at a rock quarry on the outskirts of a small village early on an October morning this year, the laborers were already hard at work.
SIEM REAP, Cambodia – For months, rumors had swirled that young girls were being sold for sex in a karaoke bar tucked in the bend of a dirt road in Siem Reap.
Former Dow Chemical Executive Brings 35 Years of Corporate Experience to the Battle Against Modern-Day Slavery and Violent Oppression
CHENNAI, INDIA - Light clouds blow through the new blue sky as Kanmani* loads her life into the waiting truck. In moments she will be on her way to freedom – leaving behind the rice mill where she and her husband were trapped in slavery.