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News & Stories

Human Trafficking Victim Joins the Love Justice Team

Our transit monitoring strategy focuses on identifying and assisting victims of trafficking while they are being transported and before they reach the destination where they will be exploited. We “intercept” someone when we have good reason to believe that they are in the process of being trafficked or at high risk of being trafficked. We then intervene to educate the person about the dangers of trafficking, to raise awareness about ways that they can safely seek employment abroad, and to help them return home.
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Sixteen Minors Intercepted from Child Labor

Our transit monitoring strategy focuses on identifying and assisting victims of trafficking while they are being transported and before they reach the destination where they will be exploited. We “intercept” someone when we have good reason to believe that they are in the process of being trafficked or at high risk of being trafficked. We then intervene to educate the person about the dangers of trafficking, to raise awareness about ways that they can safely seek employment abroad, and to help them to return home.
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January Is Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Human trafficking is one of the most devastating inhumanities in the world today. Globally, it is estimated that there are 21-45 million slaves—the largest amount in history.
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Five Young Women Intercepted

All of us at Love Justice are committed to intercepting young women and children before they become entrenched in the dark world of human trafficking. Through our transit monitoring programs, made possible through the support of our generous partners, we have been able to intercept over 12,000 active or potential trafficking cases, ensuring that these women and children are spared from a life of torture and unimaginable brutality—young women like Dolma*, Fursang*, Maya*, Tika*, and Sayng*.
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Salila's Story

It’s so easy to take for granted the lives we live every day. Whether it’s raising a family, running a successful business, or planning the next family vacation, we can become very comfortable in our own surroundings. It’s easy to lose sight of the fact that there is a world outside of our own that is dark, brutal, and seemingly hopeless—a world where millions of people are living every day enslaved in human trafficking with no way of escape.
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A Voice for the Oppressed

The human trafficking industry is one of the most devastating inhumanities in the world today, and it continues to grow. Every year an average of 600,000-800,000 women and children are trafficked, and it is estimated that there are around 40 million slaves in the world today—more than any other time in history.
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Bala’s Story

Right at this very moment, there are over 40 million slaves in the world. That’s 1 out of every 200 people living in some form of forced labor. That number is both appalling and overwhelming.
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Breaking Free: The Story of Sanjula

Every life is priceless, and every life has a story to share. For Sanjula*, her story is one steeped in hardship from a very young age. Living in a small village, Sanjula and her family struggled with poverty, and they were unable to find jobs to meet their needs.
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Justice Is Served

Imagine for a moment feeling trapped in a life that offered no hope of a brighter future. A life overwhelmed by poverty, abuse, and desperation. A life void of loving friends or family members to offer support or help you find a way out of your circumstances. What would you do? Whom would you turn to?
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The Road to Justice

All of us at Love Justice are passionate about pursuing justice. Justice for potential trafficking victims and justice for trafficking survivors. That is why our work does not end when a young woman or child is intercepted or saved from a life of brutality, it is just beginning.
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