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Contact Armstrong Legal:
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IJM staff work in 17 offices in 11 countries in the developing world, partnering with local law enforcement to provide protection and rescue to victims of violent crime and to bring perpetrators to justice in local courts. We address cases of forced labor slavery, sex trafficking, child sexual assault, property grabbing, abusive detention and police brutality.

IJM works on three different forms of labor trafficking: cross-border trafficking, child slave labor and bonded labor. The three differ with respect to those vulnerable to exploitation. In the case of Ghana, we serve children; in India, whole families suffering in bonded labor, and in the Gulf of Thailand, men who are trafficked across borders to work. But all three forms share the signal characteristics of slavery everywhere: violence, deception, and arduous and uncompensated labor.

The inclusion of anti-slavery targets in the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals brings the issue into global prominence. As national governments, international development institutions and civil society strive to make SDG 8.7 a reality, it is essential that recent IJM studies of trafficked and bonded labor in hopes of contributing a discussions among policy makers, international organisations, NGOs and corporations about labor exploitation in global supply chains and ways to end it.

Each client that chooses to use Armstrong Legal's services is asked to fill out a client satisfaction survey at the conclusion of their matter. For each form returned, Armstrong Legal donates $10 to the International Justice Mission (IJM).