Elimination of trafficking in persons, especially children, for commercial sexual exploitation or forced labour, or other forms of exploitation.
Innovation is at the core of our DNA. At Tafteesh, we keep on adapting what we learn from our programme, and make collective strategies to achieve our mission
Tafteesh has been working with various stakeholders with an objective to strengthen the system that facilitate survivors of trafficking access to justice. And Impact is what we are all about.
Learn from the members of Utthan, a collective of survivors of human trafficking, why they want the new Trafficking of Persons (Prevention, Protection, and Rehabilitation) Bill 2018 to be passed.
Victim compensation is an important aspect of victim restitution in criminal justice system. Despite having a compensation scheme for victims of all kinds of crimes including human trafficking, very few survivors have actually received justified compensation.
Survivors of human trafficking meet Members of Parliament and seek their support to pass the anti-trafficking Bill 2018
We call upon international and domestic institutions and corporates to collaborate with Tafteesh and provide financial support required to run and upscale the programme
Volunteer with Tafteesh and support us and our member organisations with your professional skills and services pro-bono. Please write to us at [email protected]
Join Tafteesh and learn what we do to strengthen the anti-human trafficking ecosystem. Write about our work and achievements, and promote those in your networks.
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