International Justice Mission
International Justice Missions is a human rights agency that brings rescue to victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. By pushing individual cases of abuse through the justice system from the investigative stage to the prosecutorial stage, IJM determines the specific source of corruption, lack of resources or lack of good will in the system denying victims the protection of their legal systems. In collaboration with local authorities, IJM addresses these specific points of brokenness to meet the urgent needs of victims of injustice.
There are more than 45 million slaves in the world today—men, women and children forced to work and living in fear.IJM works to protect the poor from violence through 17 field offices throughout the developing world, with partner offices in Australia, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK sharing in the global mission.