JVI Principles

May 2017 rescue operations in Bihar free 270

Freedom for 270 Through Three Rescues in Three Weeks

Bihar, India Justice Ventures International (JVI) achieved a significant milestone in May. In rapid fire succession, JVI and its local partners freed over 270 men, women and children through three major rescue operations in three consecutive weeks. These operations were conducted in close cooperation with government officials from the northern India state of Bihar. These men, women

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110 New Judges Equipped to Fight Human Trafficking

Uttar Pradesh, India As an integral part of fighting human trafficking, Justice Ventures International (JVI) trained 110 newly appointed judges in northern India on human trafficking laws, in April 2017. Judges play a vital role in ensuring traffickers are held accountable and victims are protected and treated with dignity. The

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2016 Accomplishments

In 2016, Justice Ventures International (JVI) directly brought greater freedom, justice, and restoration to over 5000 poor and oppressed individuals in India and China. Securing justice for victims through legal casework. Through 20 rescue operations in India, JVI and its partners secured the freedom of over 290 men, women and

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Two Minor Girls Rescued from Forced Marriage

Murshidabad, West Bengal, India Two young girls began a new life of freedom this new year. This past December, Justice Ventures International (JVI), in collaboration with local partners and government officials, rescued two girls from situations of forced child marriage. The legal age for marriage in India is 18 for women

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Judges

Equipping Judges to fight human trafficking

Judges play a vital role in the fight against human trafficking in India, ensuring traffickers are held accountable and victims are protected and treated with dignity.  That is why Justice Ventures International (JVI) conducts regular anti-human trafficking seminars for judges. On November 25, 2016 JVI staff trained 30 judges in collaboration

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