Welcome to Sanjog

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.


Case Studies

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.


About Us

Sanjog works on prevention, rehabilitation and reintegration of survivors of trafficking.

Sanjog works in the key focus areas of gender based violence, sexual violence, migration, and trafficking of children and women.



Shakti, is a community-based rehabilitation programme for survivors of human trafficking that enables survivors claim rehabilitation in a free setting in their communities of choice.Read More…



Tafteesh, a consortium programme for strengthening survivors’ access to justice and strengthening the systems of justice had started as an exploratory study in the year 2013.Read More…



The need for this peer leadership training with a group of selected survivors is intimately connected with the idea of restorative care.Read More…

What’s On – from the Sanjog Blog

Not Right. Not Okay: the implications of conflating sex trafficking and sex work

By Madhurima Sanyal

On September 24, 2020, the Bombay High Court ruled that sex workers have the right to choose their profession. To put this into context, in 2019, a red-light area was raided by the Police in Mumbai where the Police extracted a few sex workers forcefully, charged them under the ITPA and detained them in shelter homes for a year without their consent.

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Leadership of the New Era: From Survivors to Educators

By Somashree Choudhury

A Brief Introduction 

On 18th December, Smart Digital Classes were inaugurated in Balodabazar, Mahasamud and Janjgir Champa districts of Chattisgarh. These classes are specifically targeted to bring back students to school. The reason? The clearly existing digital divide that suspiciously runs along class lines have pushed hundred-thousands of students out of school during lockdown.

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Learning from Leaders

By Somashree Choudhury

What is youth leadership to you?

The answer to this question will yield a wide variety of different responses. We asked this question to survivors of human trafficking- who are now organized into survivor collectives fighting against human trafficking and are leaders in their communities in their own right.

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Pledge your support to Sanjog’s #HomesForHundreds Relief Efforts

Pledge your support to Sanjog’s #HomesForHundreds Relief Efforts to help us rebuild homes and lives of the worst affected people of West Bengal in the Amphan Super Cyclone

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