SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA – This spring, IJM continued to host trainings for Cambodian police, equipping officers to respond to the needs of trafficking victims in accordance with international best practice standards.
IJM Aftercare Staff Train Cambodian Police on Victim Care and Social Workers' Role in Investigations
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MUMBAI—IJM operatives have rescued seven trafficking victims from a Mumbai brothel in which they were routinely beaten, confined and involuntarily sold as prostitutes for as little as 150 rupees or $3.00 U.S. each.
Justice prevails in a Honduran court as the murderers of a human rights lawyer are sentenced for their crimes
CHENNAI, INDIA – On February 21, 2009, a team of IJM aftercare staff and local social work students conducted a community event celebrating education with former slaves and their children in a village near Chennai.
BANGALORE, INDIA — "Without the water, none of this would be possible," explains Basavaraj, as he looks across the field bearing his first tomato crop. Pointing to a bare spot of moist, tilled earth, he indicates where he plans to plant peas next.
GUATEMALA CITY – On January 20, 2009, International Justice Mission Guatemala entered into an official partnership with Guatemala’s Public Ministry – enabling both IJM and the Public Ministry to better serve child victims of sexual violence.
CEBU, THE PHILIPPINES – IJM Cebu has been named a “2008 Citizen of the Year,” by the Cebu Sun Star, Cebu’s leading daily newspaper.
Washington, DC -- International Justice Mission today delivered more than 5,000 “Abolition Pledge” postcards, signed by Willow Creek Community Church members, to the office of Illinois Senator Richard Durbin.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On December 23, 2008, President George W. Bush signed the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act into law.