Rescue Operations
& Child Protection Network

Project Justice collaborates with both local and international authorities across South-East Asia to combat child trafficking.

These cases involve severe child exploitation and occur in a range of different locations all across South-East Asia.
Project Justice is actively involved in the investigation of traffickers with a clear focus on achieving justice through the prosecution of offenders and the repatriation of survivors and their finances.

Our results from 2018/2019

The PJI Child Protection Network

is comprised of local community leaders from the most at-risk areas for exploitation across Thailand. These leaders report suspicious behaviour and cases directly to Project Justice, and we collaborate with authorities to investigate each case and rescue the children involved.

Our Child Protection Network currently has 51 leaders as active members, and our vision is to have 100 leaders by the end of 2020.