Saturday, January 17, 2009

IJM Featured in the New Yorker

International Justice Mission is one of the organizations that I most respect when it comes to the fight against human trafficking. Their team of investigators, lawyers and after-care workers has rescued hundreds of people from lives of slave labor, forced prostitution and bonded service. IJM has also prosecuted numerous traffickers, pimps, brothel & slave owners; many have spent significant time in jail as a result of IJM's efforts.

This month, Samantha Power of The New Yorker wrote an excellent article about International Justice Mission.

I invite you to read it here.

No comments:

Post a Comment