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Conviction

Two Convicted in 2015 Trafficking Case; Brothel Ordered to Close
Justice was served in a Mumbai Sessions Court this week, as two local traffickers were found guilty for exploiting five girls and young women at a...
IJM Bolivia Secures its 150th Conviction
On June 17, a Bolivian court sentenced a sexual aggressor to 25 years in prison after declaring him guilty for raping two young girls, who were just...
Military Mechanic Gets 25 Years for Rape of Minor in Bolivia
On March 29, a former military sergeant who used his position of influence and economic power to sexually abuse and rape his stepdaughter for years...
Three Convictions for Domestic Violence in Uganda
This month, three men were convicted and sentenced for the crime of domestic violence in Gulu, Uganda.
Brick Kiln Owner Guilty for Trapping 12 People in Bonded Labor Slavery
On Friday, justice was served for 12 former bonded labor slaves, as the wealthy brick kiln owner who had once trapped and abused them was found...
Judgment and Rescue Help End Bondage in Bangalore
In just the first few weeks of the new year, local authorities and IJM’s team in Bangalore dealt several swift blows to the system of bonded labor...
Eight Convicted in Brutal “Hand-Chopping” Slavery Case
On Christmas Eve, eight Indian traffickers were convicted for torturing and chopping off the right hands of two innocent men they had tried to...
Four Convicted in Bangalore, Setting New Milestone for IJM’s Anti-Slavery Work
Last week, an Indian court made great strides in protecting the poor by convicting two brick kiln owners and two supervisors who had forced...
In Bolivia, Justice for 3-Year-Old Mona Seemed Impossible...Until It Happened
A three-and-a-half- year trial ended this month in Bolivia with justice for a little girl named Mona.* The trial lasted more than half the length of...

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