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Anti-Trafficking Coalition Frees Two Families from a Violent Brick Kiln
BANGALORE, INDIA – When members of an anti-trafficking coalition in Karnataka state heard about violent abuse at a local brick kiln, they quickly...
16-year-old Aung* rescued from forced labor on Myanmar fishing boat
YANGON, MYANMAR – Aung* was 16 when a recruiter lured him to work in a fishing boat in Myanmar. “Even at a young age, I wanted to help my family....
Runway for Justice: IJM Partners with NYC-based Elegantees during New York Fashion Week
International Justice Mission (IJM), an international non-profit with a mission to end modern slavery within our lifetime has partnered with...
Thriving in Freedom, Child Trafficking Survivor’s Dreams of Becoming a Doctor Now Back on Track
As a child, Godwin was a confirmed bookworm. He grew up in a small town, where his parents struggled to care for him or send him to school....
New Child-Friendly Spaces to Serve Kids Trafficked on India’s Trains
It is estimated that a child arrives alone at a major railway station in India every five minutes. These children could be seeking work to help their...
Bridging Language Barriers with Cutting-Edge Tech
Translation has been a key need for our teams in the field. This new technology works without reliance on online language resources because all of...
Sex Trafficker Convicted for Sexually Exploiting Two Minors in the Dominican Republic
After 20 months of trial, a Dominican court found a woman guilty of trafficking and sexually exploiting two teenagers and sentenced her to 15 years.
State Agency Keeps Officials Accountable, Triggering Three Rescues in One Month
The fate of families in bonded labor used to rest solely with the decisions of their local government. But today, victims waiting for relief can also...
Far from Slavery, Gowri Is Now a Joyful Grandmother and Bold Survivor Leader
Gowri endured nearly a decade of enslavement, but since her rescue in 2010 we've been walking with her and are now working together to end forced...