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Gourmet Roaster Will Donate up to $1 Million in “Give it All Away in May” Campaign – Learn How You Can Get Involved
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.
LA PAZ, BOLIVIA - Over the past six years, there have been an average of three rape convictions annually in the La Paz region, a metropolitan area with more than 2.5 million residents.

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