JVI Principles

Over 30 Judges Trained in North India

Justice Ventures International (JVI) lawyers, in collaboration with Bihar Judicial Academy, were instrumental in training over 30 judges in Bihar, Northern India, in November 2013. They received training in human trafficking laws and procedures which will ensure systemic changes to reduce bonded labor and oppression of the poor.  

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Hope is Alive

As captured in recent international headlines, the high prevalence of sexual assault in India is a serious problem.  This problem is magnified in urban slum communities where the human life is cheap.   JVI and its local partner Childline recently collaborated with the Indian police and government prosecutors to secure justice for Aasha*, a four-year-old

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Fighting Human Trafficking at the Source

JVI Volunteer Anna Kim and Freeset founder Annie Hilton,  with Murshidabad residents JVI Expands Partnership with Freeset to Fight Human Trafficking Murshidabad, West Bengal.  Over the last several years, JVI has been working closely with justice partner Freeset through the Shop for Freedom Campaign (SFF) to help bring freedom to woman in the sex trade. 

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Bandhua 1947

The Bandhua 1947 is a national campaign to mobilize people to advocate for them with the government, to fight bonded labor. Slavery. India became an independent nation on August 15, 1947. Prior to independence, India was under the British rule. Now, post independence, millions are still ‘bandhua’ – under bondage- by their own Indian

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