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FEATURED CASE STUDY
Justice for Rosie: A Judgment that Ensures No Child is Invisible [READ MORE]
AUG 2016
INDIA

Compensation for Akash: A landmark judgement that brings hope for male survivors of sexual assault

JUN 2016
INDIA

EkGaon: Increasing agricultural efficiency by connecting rural farmers with distributors via mobile technology

JUN 2016
BANGLADESH

Drinkwell: Establishing local water businesses in arsenic affected areas in Bangladesh to improve health outcomes and generate incomes

JUN 2016
UNITED KINGDOM

Alexandra Rose Charities: Tackling food poverty and supporting nutritional eating to give families a healthy start

SEP 2015
KENYA

KELIN: Protecting the reproductive rights of HIV positive women through a constitutional challenge in the High Court of Kenya 

FEB 2015
INDIA

STIR Education: Empowering teachers to be changemakers in order to improve children's learning in developing countries

JAN 2015
INDIA

Salaam Baalak Trust: Providing street children opportunities for a better future through education and social inclusion programs

NOV 2014
PAKISTAN, VIETNAM

Reprieve: Ensuring the right to a fair trial, representing prisoners around the world, from death row to Guantánamo Bay

OCT 2014
INDIA

Hope for Amal: The Delhi High Court delivers a landmark judgment, delivering justice to a 5 year old child. We ask that you pledge your support for her future

AUG 2014
CHINA

Environmental Investigation Agency: Uncovering China's domestic trade in skins of captive-bred tigers in order to challenge and ban the trade

JUL 2014
BRAZIL

Action for Brazil's Children: Giving young people across Brazil a second chance to transform their lives through locally run projects

JUN 2014
UNITED KINGDOM

Hope for Justice UK: Developing a multidisciplinary approach to find and free people trapped in modern day slavery and bring traffickers to justice

JUN 2014
INDIA

International Justice Mission, India: Rescuing victims of sex trafficking in Mumbai and ensuring the justice system works for the poor 

JUN 2014
UNITED KINGDOM

Ellie's Friends: Making the "big C" smaller by connecting individuals in treatment for cancer with people who have skills, services or products to offer

AUG 2012
INDIA

Mumbai Mobile Creches: Creating greater access to education for children of migrant workers in the construction industry by providing a stimulating and safe environment