Project Karma is an Australian registered charity, that fights sexual exploitation of children in South East Asia by using the innovative approach of partnering directly with the local leaders of local communities where sexual abuse of children is most prevalent (the “Sentinel Model”) as well as fighting to change laws and legal systems.
Project Karma, and Glen Hulley its founder, have already enjoyed considerable success in rescuing dozens of children from serial child abusers in South East Asia, and in getting convictions. The most recent in October 2016 was Robert Ellis in Bali, who abused over 30 children. He was put away for 15 years (the longest ever term in Indonesia) thanks to the efforts of Project Karma.
Recently Project Karma worked with Derryn Hinch and the Juctice Party in Australia, to change legislation to stop registered Australian child sex offenders travelling overseas to locations such as Bali and the Philippines, where children are more vulnerable to abuse due to many factors such as poverty and limited local law enforcement.