End Violence by Ending Impunity

When violent offenders are held accountable for their crimes, the abuse of vulnerable victims is significantly reduced.


IJM and partners work with the Philippine government
to build safe communities where vulnerable people are protected.


IJM and partners catalyze a global movement to end the demand
for the online sexual exploitation of children and scale protection against it.

IJM and our partners collaborate to strengthen criminal justice systems, and build communities where all people can expect to be safe.

We envision millions of vulnerable children protected from online sexual exploitation.


Working with Local Lawmakers to Strengthen Child Protection in Communities

The recently passed Anti-OSAEC* Law (R.A. 11930) gives local governments the authority and access to resources to protect communities from the *Online Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Children.

But local legislators must take some first steps.