The entire fight against child labour, bonded labour and trafficking is essentially a fight to uphold the criminal justice system. BBA believes that child labour, forced labour and trafficking are not just social ills but crimes against humanity and so must be treated as such.
All rescue operations of BBA are legal actions where all efforts are made towards maximising legal action against traffickers and employers.
BBA makes optimal use of laws of the land, the Constitutional Provisions and judicial directions in favour of the most deprived and marginalised sections of the Indian society, the children in particular. This is done through legal awareness, Public Interest Litigations, close cooperation with the legal fraternity, follow-up of important judgements and orders passed by the Honourable Courts. This has proven that if the law is properly used by the poor, it becomes the most powerful tool for social justice and the strongest means for their empowerment. BBA's legal intervention strategies have helped not only in attaining justice to the victims but also have brought the issue of child labour to the attention of the larger judicial and legal community.