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Slavery still exists.

We work with local justice officials, community partners, advocates and people like you to end it for good.

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Every day, countless people are sold into slavery, as slave owners make a profit off their misery.

International Justice Mission is a global organisation with a plan to eliminate the slave trade everywhere.

We strengthen justice systems

We collaborate with justice system and community leaders to respond effectively to violence.

We rescue and restore victims

We partner with local authorities to rescue individual victims of violence and restore survivors to safety and stability.

We bring criminals to justice

We work with justice system officials to ensure that criminals are held accountable, stopping the cycle of violence and deterring criminals.

We scale demand for protection

We equip champions to advocate for protection as an essential and tangible future for everyone.

We’re working all around the world to free people trapped in slavery.

We don’t stop there. We protect the poor against brutal violence in the developing world:

Forced Labour Slavery

Forced labour slavery uses deception, threats or violence to coerce someone to work for little to no pay.

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Sex Trafficking

The nightmare of sex trafficking thrives when law enforcement cannot protect vulnerable children and women.

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Forced Scamming

Migrant workers are being trafficked to Southeast Asia and forced to conduct scams online for up to 20 hours a day, six days a week.

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Online Sexual Exploitation of Children (OSEC)

Online sex offenders from Australia and other countries pay to livestream the sexual abuse of children.

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Sexual Violence against Children

Sexual violence is a truly global epidemic that leaves millions around the world terrified in their homes, schools and neighbourhoods.

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Violence Against Women and Children (VAWC)

In Uganda, when a man dies, it is common for neighbours, relatives and other community members to steal the home and property from his widow and children. When a man beats his wife, it is often seen as a personal matter.

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Police Brutality

Poor people in the developing world are abused by corrupt police who extort bribes and brutalise innocent citizens.

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We’re at work in 33 communities in 23 countries around the world

Our proven Justice System Transformation model

Think of the justice system as a pipeline. In broken systems the poor are not safe. The UN estimates that nearly 4 billion people live outside of the protection of the law. Many justice systems are broken, corrupt, under-resourced, and overworked.

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