International Justice Mission’s Work in the World

OUR SOLUTION

In nearly 20 communities throughout the developing world,
IJM protects the poor from violence
by partnering with local authorities to

RESCUE VICTIMS

We partner with local law enforcement to go into brothels, slave facilities and other dark places to rescue victims.

BRING CRIMINALS TO JUSTICE

We relentlessly pursue justice in court.

We ensure that traffickers, slave owners, rapists and other criminals are brought to justice.

RESTORE SURVIVORS

We help survivors of violence rebuild their lives.

We create individual plans to help meet each survivor’s specific needs, including trauma counseling, job skills training or education.

STRENGTHEN JUSTICE SYSTEMS

We provide training and support to police, judges, prosecutors and justice system authorities.

We advocate for reforms that will keep the poor safe from being victimized.

OUR FIGHT

SEX TRAFFICKING

SLAVERY

SEXUAL VIOLENCE

PROPERTY GRABBING

POLICE ABUSE OF POWER

CITIZENSHIP RIGHTS
ABUSE

HOW WE WORK

Unique model.

We pursue both individual cases and systemic change through an innovative model called Justice System Transformation. Learn more >

Local teams.

95% of IJM’s global team of lawyers, social workers, investigators and other professionals are at work in their own countries—leveraging their deep understanding of the local laws, language and culture in their communities.

Global reach.

The largest organization of its kind, IJM has ongoing operations in nearly 20 communities throughout Africa, Latin America, South and Southeast Asia.

A commitment to partnership.

We work directly with local governments in the developing world. We also partner with churches, NGOs and universities to mobilize a global justice movement.

Recognized leadership.

Highlighted as one of 10 non-profits “making a difference” by U.S. News and World Report, IJM’s innovative work has been featured by Foreign Affairs, Forbes, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Times of India, The Hindu, the Guardian, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, National Public Radio, CNN and many other outlets.

Strong foundation.

Inspired by God’s call to love all people and to seek justice for the oppressed, IJM protects the poor from violence, without regard to race, religion or any other factor, and seeks to work alongside all people of good will.

 

OUR SOLUTION

In nearly 20 communities throughout the developing world,
IJM protects the poor from violence
by partnering with local authorities to

RESCUE VICTIMS

We partner with local law enforcement to go into brothels, slave facilities and other dark places to rescue victims.

BRING CRIMINALS TO JUSTICE

We relentlessly pursue justice in court.

We ensure that traffickers, slave owners, rapists and other criminals are brought to justice.

RESTORE SURVIVORS

We help survivors of violence rebuild their lives.

We create individual plans to help meet each survivor’s specific needs, including trauma counseling, job skills training or education.

STRENGTHEN JUSTICE SYSTEMS

We provide training and support to police, judges, prosecutors and justice system authorities.

We advocate for reforms that will keep the poor safe from being victimized.

OUR FIGHT

SEX TRAFFICKING

SLAVERY

SEXUAL VIOLENCE

PROPERTY GRABBING

POLICE ABUSE OF POWER

CITIZENSHIP RIGHTS
ABUSE

HOW WE WORK

Unique model.

We pursue both individual cases and systemic change through an innovative model called Justice System Transformation. Learn more >

Local teams.

95% of IJM’s global team of lawyers, social workers, investigators and other professionals are at work in their own countries—leveraging their deep understanding of the local laws, language and culture in their communities.

Global reach.

The largest organization of its kind, IJM has ongoing operations in nearly 20 communities throughout Africa, Latin America, South and Southeast Asia.

A commitment to partnership.

We work directly with local governments in the developing world. We also partner with churches, NGOs and universities to mobilize a global justice movement.

Recognized leadership.

Highlighted as one of 10 non-profits “making a difference” by U.S. News and World Report, IJM’s innovative work has been featured by Foreign Affairs, Forbes, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Times of India, The Hindu, the Guardian, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, National Public Radio, CNN and many other outlets.

Strong foundation.

Inspired by God’s call to love all people and to seek justice for the oppressed, IJM protects the poor from violence, without regard to race, religion or any other factor, and seeks to work alongside all people of good will.

This Is International Justice Mission

About annetbell

I am a retired elementary teacher, well seasoned world traveler,new blogger, grandmother, and a new enthusiastic discoverer of the wonderfully complex country of India. Anne
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