Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Thousands of lives transformed.

A praise update from 
International Justice Mission.
Year In Review
2011 was IJM’s most successful year yet! Because of your partnership, we are celebrating:
  • More than 1600 children and families rescued from trafficking, forced labor slavery, illegal detention and other forms of violent oppression.
  • More than 100 traffickers, rapists and other criminalsconvicted for their crimes.
  • Nearly 1000 members of Thailand’s hill tribes received the citizenship documentation critical to protectingthem from trafficking and other violence.
  • More than 4000 people given help and hope by IJM aftercare.
That was just the beginning - get more details on 2011 victories here!
There are more people waiting for rescue, so in 2012, IJM will dramatically expand the movement to end slavery in India, begin critical new projects around the world to protect children and families, and seek to rescue even more people than last year. (Learn more about what’s next.)
With such big goals ahead, we will need every advocate possible this year. Do you have 3 friends who haven’t heard about IJM yet? The start of the new year is the perfect time to introduce them to this mission. Will you forward this email to three friends and ask them to check out our job openings and sign up for updates on the movement?
Here’s to more freedom and rescue than ever before in 2012!
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Sean Litton
Vice President, Field Operations
International Justice Mission

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