The World Day Against Trafficking In Persons is on 30 July 2019 and in observance of this day, Operation Red Alert of My Choices Foundation organized the Asian Anti-Trafficking Forum in Hyderabad, India on the 29th and 30th of July 2019.
The Asian Anti-Trafficking Forum gave us the opportunity to bring together all our key stakeholders: our NGO partners, Strategic Partners, Government Officials and Law Enforcement Agencies, to analyze and discuss convergent strategies to combat sex trafficking through effective networking and insightful panel discussions.
The topics and objectives of the Asian Anti-Trafficking Forum were directed towards the prevention, rescue and rehabilitation of victims of trafficking, and as such, the forum was an invite-only event. We are aware that multitudes of people around the world are passionate about doing their part to end human trafficking in India.
To ensure that everyone who is dedicated towards this effort is equipped with the latest research, learnings, findings and tools, we have shared important information on our social media pages and have prepared a conference summary for you to read below. Alternatively, you may click here to read and download a PDF of the summary.
It is important for us to provide resources from the conference for people to use and learn from. We have documented the sessions from the Asian Anti Trafficking Forum in videos which you can view on our YouTube channel:
We have captured both days of the Asian Anti Trafficking Forum 2019 in beautiful photographs which you may view by clicking the image below to our Flickr album:
If there is any information you require or if you have any questions about the Asian Anti Trafficking Forum, please contact Operation Red Alert of My Choices Foundation at [email protected] and we will be happy to help you.
Through our partnership with Opportunity International Australia, the Asian Anti-Trafficking Forum 2019 provided grassroots NGOs, students, researchers and more, with the opportunity to learn from leading organizations, senior police personnel and established leaders in the field of anti-trafficking. NGOs and individuals will be able to apply this learning to their respective fields to combat human trafficking.