International Justice Mission (IJM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending modern slavery, exploitation, and abuse faced by children, women, and men. IJM believes that we can build a safer, more just world where everyone can expect to be protected. To achieve this, IJM has developed a Community Protection Model focusing on four key areas.
Strengthening Justice Systems: IJM works closely with local governments and community leaders to respond effectively to violence. They collaborate with these stakeholders to equip them with the necessary tools to serve survivors, deter criminals, and reduce violence.
Rescuing and Restoring Victims: IJM partners with local authorities to rescue individual victims of violence and restore them to safety and stability. They understand the importance of restoring survivors to their original state, which is essential for healing.
Bringing Criminals to Justice: IJM works alongside justice system officials to ensure that criminals are held accountable for their actions. This helps stop the violence cycle and deter others from abusing vulnerable people.
Scaling Demand for Protection: IJM convenes and equips champions to advocate for protection as an essential and tangible future for everyone. They believe creating awareness and advocacy can help scale the demand for protection and create a safer world.
International Justice Mission is on a quest to partner with local communities to build a more just world. They believe that working together can end modern slavery, exploitation, and abuse and create a world where everyone can expect to be safe and protected. To support this cause, you can donate, volunteer your time, or raise awareness about the work IJM is doing.
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