Our projects in this area range from research to direct implementation in the field – we identify opportunities to reform the system so that it protects the most vulnerable.
There is limited consensus on what success looks like in countering violent extremism programming. Our approach is to identify what works, then scale it.
From child trafficking to modern slavery among domestic workers to exploitation in the fishing industry, we apply our services to promote better outcomes for low-skilled migrants.
Our unique advantage comes from taking the migrant’s perspective – with that insight, we magnify the positive impacts of migration and mitigate the downside for migrants, their families and destination communities.
We believe the rule of law should protect the rights and opportunities of vulnerable people as much as it does for anyone else. Our approach is to identify what works for our priority populations, then provide niche services that deliver it.