It’s our absolute joy to share some fantastic, freedom-bringing, hope-restoring news with you.
Transitions Global, Abolition International and Hope for Justice have joined together to become one organization to fight human trafficking. Together we’re even stronger.
By combining our individual strengths we now have an international organization, under the name Hope for Justice, with a shared passion to restore victims and end slavery in our lifetime. Each of these founding organizations has an extraordinary, professional heritage to build upon.
Founded by Natalie Grant, Abolition International has helped launch, expand and improve aftercare programs in India, Moldova, Cambodia and the United States. It has created model programs, standards of care, resources for shelters and education programs for healthcare professionals.
Hope for Justice was co-founded by Ben Cooley, and has worked to uncover and abolish the hidden crime of modern-day slavery. Its specialist operations team identifies victims and removes them from exploitation, pursues perpetrator accountability and supports survivors.
James and Athena Pond established Transitions Global to provide world class restorative care and career development for girls aged 13 -18 rescued from sex trafficking in Cambodia. Transitions Global provides a residential treatment facility, a tailored education project and a client reintegration and family support program.
Together, we’re proud of what each organization has already achieved, but so much more excited about what we’re going to accomplish next - the freedom we will win, the justice we will see done and the restoration we will bring. So, from today on, Transitions will be known as Hope For Justice, but the work and staff in Cambodia will remain the same. We look forward to continuing our work and thank you so much for your continued support!