Love Justice steps in during the critical moments between freedom and slavery. Our system of transit monitoring dares to believe that together we can prevent the next victim from being trafficked and that the knowledge gained can—and does—lead to arrests and convictions of those who seek to make people into victims.
What We Do
Stop human trafficking
Over 50 million people live in modern-day slavery because of human trafficking*. We train and place monitors at strategic transit points to identify and stop trafficking as it is occurring, BEFORE people are exploited. To date, we've intercepted over 35,000 individuals to prevent them from being trafficked.
*International Labour Organization
Help put traffickers in jail
Since we intercept hundreds of people monthly, intervening as the crime of trafficking occurs, we’re able to collect immensely valuable data on traffickers and their networks. Through our data analysis and investigations, we've helped authorities arrest over 1,200 suspects in connection with our anti-trafficking work. Read more here.
Care for the most vulnerable
Love Justice was established with the opening of family homes in some of the poorest parts of the world, caring for orphaned and abandoned children. We also operate a school in South Asia, empowering students to become difference makers in the world through excellent education.
LJI by the Numbers
People intercepted to prevent from being trafficked
Active transit monitoring stations
Countries where we have piloted transit monitoring
Family homes caring for orphaned and abandoned kids
At-risk children cared for in our family homes
Short-term shelters for those who have been intercepted
Arrests stemming from our anti-trafficking work
Percent of closed cases resulting in convictions
Watch to see how we stop human trafficking
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Ten Facts About Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is notorious for shocking statistics with dubious origins. For a crime of such magnitude, there are..Read More
Human Trafficking Stories: Two Young Boys at Risk Are Safe
Our staff was monitoring at a train station when they noticed two minor boys, Pankaj* (13) and Aman* (12). The boys..Read More
Two Women and Eleven Children Home Safe: Human Trafficking Stories from the Field
Their husbands had gone to South Africa to work. Several months had passed already, but still no word or paycheck..Read More