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News & Stories

Lucinda's Story

Lucinda*, a very talented young girl, was passionate about two things: singing and hairdressing. She was popular in her community and knew she had something to offer the world, so when the opportunity arose to sing at an important church event in another country, she accepted it without hesitation.
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From the Front Lines: A Border Guard's Testimony

We believe that the human trafficking industry is one of, if not the most, devastating crimes that exists today. Women and children are either kidnapped or lured by false offers of marriage or employment, and then they are sold into the dark world of modern-day slavery. Our border monitoring guards work tirelessly each day to witness red flags that someone may be at risk of being trafficked. Watch the following video as one of our border guards, Tara, shares her story of intercepting three girls in danger of being sold into human trafficking and the tremendous impact it left on both her and her team. 
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From the Front Lines: Our Interception Strategy

Our anti-trafficking strategy is to stop it before it ever takes place. To date, we have prevented over 14,000 lives from being sold into modern-day slavery. That's over 14,000 innocent women and children who will never have to experience the unspeakable injustice of human trafficking. Watch the following video of one of our border monitoring staff as he gives his personal account of the work being done on the front lines of this crucial fight. 
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One Woman's Testimony of Freedom

One of the most common ways traffickers lure their victims into human trafficking is with the promise of employment. In countries where poverty is the status quo, the offer of a good paying job is a literal lifeline for the victim, enabling her to feed and provide for her family. Watch the following video to hear one woman's testimony about how Love Justice intervened on her behalf. 
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Sixteen Minors Intercepted from Child Labor

Recently, our transit monitoring staff intercepted 16 minors because they believed the children were in the process of being trafficked for child labor. The 14 girls and 2 boys were traveling on a bus heading for Kathmandu to work in a carpet factory.
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Do You See the Beauty?

There is no question that human trafficking is one of the most devastating and insidious crimes in the world today. There are an estimated 20-45 million slaves in the world right now—more than any other time in history.
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Mayday! Beautiful Lives Need Your Help

We are sending out a Mayday! Beautiful lives are in desperate need of rescue! Right at this very moment, over 40 million people live in slavery around the world. That number includes the innocent and beautiful lives of young women and children being sold into the horrific world of sex trafficking and young boys being forced into labor trafficking.
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N2GIVES Links Arms with Love Justice International

At Love Justice, we thrive off building strong relationships with our amazing partners. The important work we do is directly fueled by their faithful dedication and commitment to our joint mission of ending human trafficking. Recently, we were honored to link arms with both N2GIVES and N2 Publishing Area Director Mike Maletich in this crucial fight against the greatest injustice of this generation.  
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A Mind-Numbing Sadness

As I stepped into that “other world,” the weight of a mind-numbing sadness quickly gripped my heart. From a distance this place didn’t look all that much different than most of the other poor areas I had experienced in Bangladesh. However, once I stepped inside, the impact was profound. The darkness was overpowering and the despair truly palpable. 
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Banding Together for Justice: A #MeToo Response

#MeToo. Those two little words have become an anthem for victims of sexual harassment and abuse. They have brought the reality of offensive, destructive behavior happening “in secret” and behind closed doors out into the glaring, blinding light. They have caused all of us to consider our own actions and question whether we’ve ever “accidentally” brushed up against someone, talked inappropriately, or even just gazed at someone else for a little too long. 
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