Justice and Care started in India over ten years ago, where our team focussed on developing a groundbreaking end to end strategy for fighting human trafficking and modern slavery:
Community intervention – focussing efforts on the most at-risk communities to stop trafficking at source.
Investigations – working with police and state to uncover victims of trafficking and track down the criminal networks responsible.
Legal – working to bring perpetrators to justice and secure compensation for survivors.
Aftercare – ensuring survivors have the support they need to re-establish their lives.
Systemic change – providing decision-makers with the knowledge and recommendations they need to bring about wholesale change.
We have worked hard to make the work in India self-sustainable, whilst harnessing the team’s knowledge and experience for the wider fight against slavery.
Funding for the work in India is now raised in-country and our team are supported by leading foundations and businesses there.
We continue to work together strategically with the Indian team – including in the sharing of best practice, as they develop a new portfolio of locally sustainable projects.