Love Justice International

North Asia

Love Justice steps in during the critical moments between freedom and slavery. Our system of transit monitoring dares to believe that together we can prevent the next person from being trafficked and that the knowledge gained can—and does—lead to arrests and convictions.

Over 40 million people live in modern-day slavery because of human trafficking (Global Slavery Index). We train and place monitors at strategic transit points to identify and stop trafficking as it is occurring before people are exploited.

Since we intercept as the crime of trafficking occurs, we’re able to collect immensely valuable data on traffickers and their networks. Through our data analysis and investigations, we've helped authorities arrest suspects in connection with our anti-trafficking work.

Love Justice was established with the opening of family homes in some of the poorest parts of the world, caring for orphaned and abandoned children. We also operate a school, empowering students to become difference makers in the world through excellent education.


Border Station

We provide protection through monitoring, interception, and follow-up. Station staff are trained to identify potential trafficking victims in a variety of different ways. If their efforts convince the police that a girl is being trafficked, the trafficker will be arrested and the girl will be kept at our safe house until she is able to return to her family. In addition to having physical needs met at the safe house, girls are educated on the issue of trafficking and how to prevent it from happening again.


Our school is a place of laughter and joy, where the children learn, play, wonder, and worship surrounded by beauty. It’s a place to inspire creativity and a place to dream.

The school started in April 2015 with the goal to provide excellent education to the children in the Love Justice family homes and the surrounding community.

We allow children to ask questions, and we are willing to research together if we don’t know the answer. Our learning process focuses not just on gaining knowledge from a textbook but also on the development of critical thinking and creativity and the acquisition of necessary life skills. We have carefully selected our curriculum and resources in hopes of helping students gain the skills, knowledge, and experiences they need to break the cycle of poverty.