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IJM Findings and Studies

Proving Justice for People in Poverty is Possible

We believe the children, families and communities we serve deserve the very best. We owe it to them – and to those who make our work possible – to ensure that our work is effective. That’s why we base the design and management of our programs on evidence we collect through rigorous documentation, monitoring and evaluation.

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Summary - Online Sexual Exploitation of Children in the Philippines

An Analysis and Recommendations for Governments, Industry and Civil Society

Online Sexual Exploitation of Children (OSEC) is a complex, hidden crime that is particularly challenging for the global community to measure and address. To both set a baseline of the existing global data and catalyze future research efforts, International Justice Mission (IJM) brought together leading agencies from across multiple disciplines as well as research experts to collaboratively take on this challenge: examine existing data sources and research methodologies in order to provide meaningful information about this crime that would be valuable for understanding its scale as well as informing interventions to combat it.

Full Report - Online Sexual Exploitation of Children in the Philippines

An Analysis and Recommendations for Governments, Industry and Civil Society

Online Sexual Exploitation of Children (OSEC) is a complex, hidden crime that is particularly challenging for the global community to measure and address. To both set a baseline of the existing global data and catalyze future research efforts, International Justice Mission (IJM) brought together leading agencies from across multiple disciplines as well as research experts to collaboratively take on this challenge: examine existing data sources and research methodologies in order to provide meaningful information about this crime that would be valuable for understanding its scale as well as informing interventions to combat it.

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Labor Trafficking in Cambodia

Labor trafficking in cambodia a review of the pjss response ijm 2016:

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Author International Justice Mission
Resource Type Other Study Type
Publication DateNovember, 2016
Location Cambodia
Subject Forced Labor

A Review of the Public Justice System’s Response to Labor Trafficking in Cambodia

External Evaluation of IJM’s Program to Combat Sex Trafficking of Children in Cambodia, 2004-2014

2015 Evaluation of IJM CSEC Program in Cambodia Final Report:

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2015 Evaluation of IJM CSEC Program in Cambodia Executive Summary:

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Author Dr. Robin Haarr
Resource Type Program Evaluation
Publication DateDecember, 2015
Location Cambodia
Subject Sex trafficking

An evaluation of IJM’s 10-year program to combat sex trafficking of children in Cambodia

Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Cambodia

CSEC Prevalence Cambodia FINAL 12 Sept 2013 1:

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Author International Justice Mission
Resource Type Crime Prevalence Study
Publication DateMarch, 2013
Location Cambodia
Subject Sex trafficking

A study measuring the prevalence of children in commercial sexual exploitation in three major Cambodian cities

Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Cambodia and the Public Justice System Response

Author International Justice Mission
Resource Type Public Justice System Performance Study , Other Study Type
Publication DateMarch, 2013
Location Cambodia
Subject Sex trafficking

A stakeholder analysis of change in Cambodia, 2000-2012

From Inside Prison Walls

Author International Justice Mission
Resource Type Other Study Type
Publication DateOctober, 2011
Location Cambodia
Subject Sex trafficking

Interviews with incarcerated brothel owners and human traffickers in Cambodia

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