International Justice Mission’s work is featured in the January 19 issue of The New Yorker – now available online and on newsstands.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Samantha Power spent more than two years researching IJM’s casework in four countries.
Power thoroughly investigates many facets of IJM President Gary Haugen’s life, the mission and diverse viewpoints on anti-trafficking methodology. Ultimately, she provides the powerful evidence – by citing compelling IJM casework examples – of the life-changing and far-reaching outcomes of the work that you make possible.
Read Power’s article and go behind the scenes of IJM’s work (pdf).
With a circulation of more than one million, The New Yorker is one of the nation’s most influential news sources, and the article unveils on the world’s stage IJM’s passion for, and commitment to, strengthening rule of law on behalf of the global poor.
-Pamela Livingston, Vice President, Communications, International Justice Mission