Sanjog is a technical resource organisation. It provides support to states. It helps practitioners develop high quality services and interventions. It works for equity for women, men and transgendered persons; for rich and poor; for people at the centre and at the periphery. It works against all forms of abuse, violence and exploitation. The key focus is towards adolescents and youth as change agents.
In South Asia:
41- 88 million children witness violence at home every year
44 million children are in child labour
You’ll find homes of half of the world’s child brides
Sanjog is part of the movement to stop violence against children. It offers resources to find relevant, feasible and sustainable solutions.
Our efforts ranging from preventing trafficking to helping survivors restart life on their own terms.
Evidence-based research which bridges the gaps in understanding that our society has as a whole.
Sanjog works on prevention, rehabilitation and reintegration of survivors of trafficking.
Rehabilitation processes for trafficking victims are implemented by multiple agencies, from rescue in destination points to family reunification at source points.Read More…
Tafteesh was an exploratory study on the effectiveness and impact of law and the criminal justice system in addressing human trafficking.Read More…
So much has been written about advocacy approaches used by people and organisations across the world. What Is common perhaps in all advocacy approaches is that it aims to capture the attention and gain favorable response from people who are power holders – bureaucrats, a senior official in an office or maybe a politician.
When advocacy is led by the proletariat, they use walks, demonstrations and deputations as tools to express their opinion and assertion. When these efforts are organized and managed by NGOs, it often involves meetings, consultations, workshops or activities which are less confrontational, and aim to be persuasive.