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Celebrating 3,000 Rescues

A raid on a brothel in the Philippines in early July with anti-trafficking police rescued 26 victims of human trafficking – taking the total number of survivors rescued to 3,006.

Side by Side : A Best-friend Rescue story

Side by side, they faced incredible odds, overcame fear and obstacles and are pursuing their dreams. Through it all they encourage and help each other, demonstrating the true power of friendship.

CEO’s work fighting human trafficking awarded

Peers recognise non-profit organisation Destiny Rescue Australia CEO for her work fighting human trafficking, specifically child trafficking and slavery.

Our Approach: Aftercare

As we have come alongside each child we have recognised that healing and restoration can take place in many different ways and as a result, our programs are tailored to meet the individual needs of each child in their local context.

Sordid Shadows (or… How to Catch a Pimp)

Read a recap of our biggest raid ever!

National Staff: The Changemakers

The problem of human trafficking is a global phenomenon, and we truly believe that only a collective, national and international response will succeed in creating a long-term impact.

Destiny Rescue Official Response To SBS Dateline Story

A statement on the recent story on SBS Dateline which featured raid operations carried out by Destiny Rescue in cooperation with local police.

Our Approach: Rescue

One key component of our mission is to literally rescue children out of the sex trade and exploitative situations. Learn more about the different kinds of rescue operations we implement to bring children out of darkness.

Rescue Is Just The Beginning

Our vision has always been to see the end of sexual exploitation and trafficking of children in our lifetime. So how exactly do we achieve that?

India’s Forgotten Sex Slaves: The Jogini

The Jogini are seen as the lowest of the low – a prostitute who receives no payment for the acts she’s compelled to engage in. Often dedicated at a young age, tradition dictates that a Jogini girl is not to be ‘used’ until she reaches puberty, then she can be anybody’s.

Rescued to Rescue – A Pastor’s Perspective

I found myself surrounded in a darkness with neon lights shining on girls being displayed for anyone’s choosing. What I saw around me broke my heart…