International Justice Mission Hong Kong | End Slavery in Our Lifetime
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END FORCED LABOUR SLAVERY

Human trafficking and forced labour is happening in our region.

Your sacrificial giving today can help us rescue and bring more survivors home.

Slavery and trafficking still exist today.

There are more people trapped in slavery than ever before in human history. 50 million children, women and men are beaten, raped and starved in an industry worth US$150 billion globally.

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WHO WE ARE

IJM is a global anti-slavery organisation.

We strengthen justice systems

We collaborate with justice system and community leaders to respond effectively to violence. Together, we design improvements that serve survivors, deter criminals and dramatically decrease 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 alongside justice system officials to ensure that criminals are held accountable, stopping the cycle of violence and deterring others from abusing vulnerable people.

We scale demand for protection

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

Help end slavery in our lifetime.

Our 2030 vision is to rescue millions, protect half a billion and make justice for the poor unstoppable.
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Featured Story

Survivor of cyber slavery: “I was sold and forced to scam people.”

When Ali* saw the social media ad for a digital marketing job in Cambodia, he immediately said yes. Ali was among thousands of workers who have fallen prey to human traffickers running cyber scam syndicates in Cambodia and other countries in Southeast Asia.

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Break free from online sexual exploitation

Ruby* accepted a friend request and job offer on social media, thinking that this would be her chance prove her independence. Imagine her dismay when she realized everything was a lie and ended up being trapped in a cybersex den.

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Far from slavery, Gowri is now a bold survivor leader

A brutal owner of a woodcutting unit in South Asia forced Gowri and her family to work for him for nearly 10 years before IJM and local officials rescued them in 2010. Since that time, we’ve walked alongside Gowri’s family in their journey to restoration.

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Survivor of cyber slavery: “I was sold and forced to scam people.”

When Ali* saw the social media ad for a digital marketing job in Cambodia, he immediately said yes. Ali was among thousands of workers who have fallen prey to human traffickers running cyber scam syndicates in Cambodia and other countries in Southeast Asia.

Read full story

Break free from online sexual exploitation

Ruby* accepted a friend request and job offer on social media, thinking that this would be her chance prove her independence. Imagine her dismay when she realized everything was a lie and ended up being trapped in a cybersex den.

Read full story

Far from slavery, Gowri is now a bold survivor leader

A brutal owner of a woodcutting unit in South Asia forced Gowri and her family to work for him for nearly 10 years before IJM and local officials rescued them in 2010. Since that time, we’ve walked alongside Gowri’s family in their journey to restoration.

Read full story

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