Below is a brief introduction to the principle of “intersectionality” and some framing questions to support your application of the framework in your proposals, presentations, and discussions for the US Human Rights Network’s national bi-annual conference, Advancing Human Rights.
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Healthcare Center for Children (HCC) deters women and children from seeking assistance from traffickers by supplying healthcare, educational support, social and economic development, technical support, training, and advocacy for children and young women in Cambodia.
Goutte d’eau seeks to give all vulnerable Cambodian children equal access to children’s rights. Their target groups include children victim of trafficking, children working and living in the street, children victims of any kind of abuse or exploitation, children suffering of substance abuse, and children with mental and/or physical disabilities. Their mission is to work…
Acting for Women in Distressing Situations (ASEFIP) Cambodia works to care for and secure the rights of those victimized by human trafficking and sex slavery, and to successfully rehabilitate and reintegrate survivors into mainstream society through financial independence in a sustainable and innovative manner. AFESIP Cambodia also seeks to combat the causes and consequences of…
Action Pour Les Enfants (APLE), Cambodia is a non-governmental human rights organization established to combat the sexual exploitation of children. APLE seeks to monitor the prevalence of child sexual abuse in Cambodia and denounce such abuse to the relevant authorities.
End Child Prostitution, Abuse and Trafficking in Cambodia (ECPAT Cambodia) is a NGO network of national and international organizations working to prevent the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children. It consists of 26 members organizations working together to ensure that children everywhere in the country enjoy their fundamental rights, and are free and secure from all…
Not For Sale is a campaign devoted to fighting human trafficking and modern-day slavery. They manage social impact programs on the ground; monitor, measure, and assess the depth and breadth of their impact; tell stories to connect people to the most vulnerable; and create meaningful relationship with people, communities, and companies.
SWAN is a network of Shan women active in Shan State and Thailand. It was founded on 28 March 1999. Its mission is to work on gender equality and justice for Shan women in the struggle for social and political change in Burma through community based actions, research and advocacy.
The Foundation of Child Understanding (FOCUS) aims to become an organization that drives an effective protection system for vulnerable children and adults in society, an organization which is accepted by multilateral partners.
This flipchart aims to help community members increase awareness of the human rights of women and children exposed to exploitation and violence in and around logging camps in Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.