About Us

Promoting Human Rights Values Around the World

The Protection Project is a human rights research institute based at the Foreign Policy Institute at The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC. Founded by Laura Lederer in 1994 to address the issue of trafficking in persons as a human rights violation, The Protection Project focuses on the promotion of human rights values throughout the world.  Of particular importance to The Protection Project is the protection of human security, especially women’s and children’s rights; fostering of civil society and NGO development through capacity building and coalition building; enhancement of the rule of law by encouraging citizen participation in the political process; advancement of human rights education; and elimination of trafficking in persons.

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The Protection Project
The Paul H. Nitze School
of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)

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1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
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National Trafficking Hotline
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www.TraffickingResourceCenter.org