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.
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…
By Panchali Kar
As a mentoring organisation, aiming to develop survivor-led model in the anti-trafficking ecosystem, Sanjog aims towards the development of leadership, autonomy, recognition of the survivors and the survivor led collectives as one of its key focus. One of the most important intervention in creating opportunity for the survivor collectives’ autonomy is by connecting them with important partners, who would support them in building capacity and leadership.
In 2013 a group of advocates against human trafficking noticed an alarming pattern. A combination of weak interstate communication and a non-descript legal framework against human trafficking meant that a large number of traffickers were getting away scot-free. The same perpetrators who were abducting, transporting and selling victims were roaming the country free waiting to pounce again.
By Somashree Choudhury
The disaster that India saw in the last few months of the onset of the second wave have been the darkest phases of India in the 21st century. While the country has seen a wide variety of disasters (natural or manmade), the second wave came and shattered the existing order. Not just the public health system but due to lockdown, we have been cut off physically from what we do in “public”- work, leisure, education etc.
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