Justice and Care
July 1, 2020
With a focus on end-to-end support for Bangladeshi survivors repatriated from India, this project provides survivors with trauma-informed and survivor-centric care; trains border guards and law enforcement officials to identify and respond to cases of human trafficking; and builds the capacity of government and aftercare service providers.
Strengthening Partnerships to Support Survivors
Justice and Care works to build the capacities of government stakeholders as well as aftercare service providers in India and Bangladesh. With an understanding of the traumatic effects of a prolonged shelter stay, Justice and Care is forging partnerships with government officials, government-run institutions, and aftercare providers in India and Bangladesh to expedite return and ensure survivors are repatriated to Bangladesh within 12 months.
About Justice and Care
Justice and Care helps rescue victims of slavery and human trafficking, and empowers them to rebuild their lives. They work with the police to pursue and dismantle criminal networks and bring perpetrators to justice, and they secure communities at risk from traffickers and spark systemic change.
Justice and Care brings together world-class specialists – including social workers, researchers and experts in policy and criminal justice. They work with governments and law enforcement agencies to fight slavery and share their expertise with people in power.