The World’s Biggest Trafficking Problem Remains In The Background

The World’s Biggest Trafficking Problem Remains In The Background.

Violence is an everyday threat to the poor. It’s as much a part of daily life as hunger, disease or homelessness. Established laws are rarely enforced in the developing world—so criminals continue to rape, enslave, traffic and abuse the poor without fear. International Justice Mission (IJM) believes everyone deserves to be safe. Their global team has spent nearly 20 years on the front lines fighting some of the worst forms of violence. IJM partners with local police to rescue victims from ongoing violence and bring them to safety; with social workers to restore survivours to their community through counselling, education and skills training; with local police to restrain criminals, traffickers and slave owners from hurting others; and to address gaps in the systems that will protect the poor from violence long-term. Their casework involves sex trafficking, forced labour slavery, sexual violence against children, property grabbing, police abuse of power, and citizenship rights abuse.

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http://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2017/june/worlds-biggest-trafficking-problem-labor-cambodia.html

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https://www.ijm.org/