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Revisiting Worksites Shows Criminal Deterrence in Action
Revisiting the shuttered gates at the lumber yard was part of a recent exercise by IJM to gauge how criminals have been deterred by government law...
"We choose to challenge injustice."
Everyone should have equal access to justice. But 570 million women around the world are subject to violence every year. These women and young girls...
Human Trafficking Wasn't Always a Crime
In this new year, American elected officials in Washington have begun the process of determining the U.S. federal budget for the next fiscal year. If...
Indian States Mark ‘Bonded Labor Abolition Day’ on Law’s Anniversary
On February 9, several Indian states took remarkable steps to combat modern slavery, as they commemorated the anniversary of the country’s original...
The Business of Trafficking Falls Apart When You Stay in the Fight
When I first started at International Justice Mission almost 15 years ago, there was very little consciousness or conversation that slavery still...
Bring Violent
 Attackers to Justice
Violent criminals Vdon’t hesitate to prey on girls like Naomi because all too often there is no reliable system in place to bring perpetrators to...
IJM Trainings Lead to Rescue for 23 Enslaved Children, Women and Men
Millions of people are enslaved in India today—but, more and more, we are seeing compassionate leaders across the country rising up to combat slavery...
Gary Haugen on Ending Police Violence in Kenya
One year ago, IJM—and myself—were forever changed. My colleague Willie Kimani, our client Josephat Mwenda and their driver Joseph Muiruri went...
More Than Survivors: Thriving After Trafficking
On May 7, 21 young women travelled across West Bengal to gather in a gated garden along a busy Kolkata road. Some traversed more than two hours by...

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