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What is IJM Community?

In a time when over 40 million men, women and children around the world are living in slavery and the reality of everyday violence pervades the lives of the poorest people, this site exists as a gathering ground for those who want to take action in solidarity with the oppressed.

In other words, this site exists for people like you: people of good will, who are not content simply to know the bad news, but who want to do what they can to bring about change.

IJM Community is a hub for those of us who want to do our part—a place to gather, to act and to further the fight for freedom and justice.

We are so glad you’re here! We hope you'll join this community and International Justice Mission as we take action to combat slavery and protect the poor from everyday violence around the world.

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    Very Great to see your Article. Let your service continue forever with the blessings of Almighty.

    Advocate Rajasekaran M.B.A., M.L.,(Criminology)
    RJ Law Affiliate, Tirupur, India
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    Do you have any suggestions for advocacy from a country outside the United States? As a U.S. citizen living in France, I can still donate to IJM, and of course anyone can pray anywhere :-) but so far I haven't been able to find local advocacy opportunities. There are several French organizations that have similar anti-slavery goals, but they are mostly in P...
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    This just in.
    Hi everyone,

    We have a new update just in from the Dominican Republic. Local anti-trafficking police rescued Valeria* and three other minors (ages 13-17), at night, before they could be moved elsewhere and sold for sex again.

    We wanted you all to be the first to know—read the full story here.

    Let us know if you have any questions or thoughts abo...
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    Hi Hannah! 

    Great question. I passed the mic to our VP of Spiritual Formation at IJM, Jim Martin. Here's what he had to say about the truth you raised:
    Hi Hannah,

    Thanks so much for asking this question, and thanks for the important work you are doing as a counselor. As you so rightly say, this kind of work can often feel so weighty. One of the things we seek to do...
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    Hi, 

    I'm curious how staff members continuously engage in IJM's work and enter into unthinkable brokenness day after day. How do they set up good boundaries without becoming disengaged or desensitized? How do they remain passionate about the work when they also have to protect themselves from burn out? I work as a counselor and find myself struggling...
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    Hi Everyone,

    As your IJM Community admin, I'm so excited to welcome you all—our first members!— to Community. Please use this discussion feed if you have any questions about the space—we'd be happy to help!

    So glad you're here and part of this movement to end slavery in our lifetime.

    Onward,
    Clara
    IJM Community Admin

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