Prevention of human trafficing from Eastern Europe in Bucharest, Romania
IJM office Bukarest, Romania
since January 2019
According to Eurostat, 6.101 Romanians were identified as victims of human trafficking within the European Union and EU candidate countries between 2010 and 2012. Despite important reforms and progress in the judiciary and administration, traffickers can still operate with impunity. The criminal business with human goods continues on a national level and with other EU countries unhindered.
The aim of IJM is to transform legal systems in all project countries in such a way that the authorities can act consistently and independently against the violent crime of trafficking in human beings. During the initial period of its presence, IJM will investigate the problem of human trafficking in Romania in more detail and evaluate previous solutions and shortcomings. This assessment forms the basis for the later development of a strategy for the sustainable devlopment of IJM. In addition, this presence phase serves to forge strategic partnerships with government agencies and stakeholders in civil society. IJM wants to build long-term networks for programme work in Eastern Europe in order to curb human trafficking strategically and nationally. The IJM office has been established in early 2019.
Liberating people from bonded labour in Chennai, India
The knodel foundation supports a project by International Justice Mission (IJM) in Chennai, India, that intends to free people from bonded labour and to create a legal system, which takes care of everybody.
The knodel foundation supports acTVism Munich, a non-profit, independent, grass-roots online media organisation. The goal: to make reports on topics of social significance available and thus to promote understanding and a neutral transfer of knowledge.
Protecting minors from sex trafficking in Mumbai, India
The knodel foundation supports an IJM project that is helping to rectify weaknesses in the existing legal system and is thus contributing to ending the sex trafficking of minors.
“weltwärts” – voluntary services for young adults in development cooperation projects
The knodel foundation supports the Eine Welt Netz NRW e.V. in sending young people as volunteers across the world as part of its “weltwärts” programme.
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