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Canada Modern Slavery Act Becomes a Reality
International Justice Mission (IJM) statement on the passage of Canada’s Modern Slavery Act, formerly known as Bill S-211: An Act to enact the...
Indian Government Frees Man Trapped in Forced Labour for 10 Years
On Feb. 25, government officials rescued a 23-year-old man from a construction site where he had been trapped for nearly half his life. The officials...
Survivor’s Speech Paints Freedom as ‘Bangles Instead of Chains’
The first time Latha shared about her life she left officials stunned.
Indian Government Inspection Leads to Four Freed from Mango Grove
On Feb. 4, four adults were liberated from six years of labor exploitation at a mango grove thanks to proactive government officials and a group of...
IJM Supports Indian Government Rescuing 22 Children from Jewelry Factories
Indian government officials and police carried out a rescue operation to free 22 boys—ages 15 to 17—being exploited at multiple urban jewelry...
Cambodian Trafficker Caught After Four Years of Evasion
After four years on the run, labour trafficker Nai Nang was arrested by the Cambodian police with the help of IJM Cambodia's expertise.
IJM Supports Indian Police Free 1,401 Trafficked Children in a Month
IJM worked as an expert consultant to develop a standardized process for safely rescuing children and building a strong legal case against their...
IJM Statement on 2022 Global Estimates of Modern Slavery
New findings on the astounding increase in modern slavery—with more than 50 million people exploited in 2021—should be an urgent wake-up call to the...
IJM Celebrates 25 Years of Progress and the Heroes Who Make It Possible
As we celebrate our 25th anniversary, IJM gratefully rejoices over the 76,000+ people rescued from slavery and everyday violence, and the 7.3 million...