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.Read More
Sex trafficking is a form of modern slavery in which someone deceives and sexually exploits another person for profit.Read More
Online Sexual Exploitation of Children
Children are sexually abused by traffickers who then spread or sell images or videos of the exploitation online—even livestreaming the abuse for sex offenders to direct from anywhere in the world.Read More
Women and children experience crimes, including rape, sexual assault, molestation and other forms of sexual abuse.Read More
Powerful relatives or neighbours can steal a widow’s meagre property with violence or lies, leaving widows and orphans homeless.Read More
Women are particularly vulnerable to violent abuse by their spouses or partners.Read More
We’re working in 24 communities in 14 countries to protect people in poverty from violence.
Our Proven Justice System Strengthening (JSS) Model
Think of the justice system as a pipeline. Where systems are broken, people who live in poverty are not safe. The UN estimates that nearly five billion people live outside of the protection of the law. Many justice systems are broken, corrupt, under-resourced and overworked.