SOPs to help First Responders address human trafficking at the borders

Justice and Care, in collaboration with  UNODC Regional Office for South Asia, has developed Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to serve as a ready reckoner for First Responders to identify, rescue, and repatriate victims of cross-border trafficking at the Indo-Nepal and Indo-Bangladesh borders.

Impact: 

• Establish/strengthen victim referral and protection mechanisms in these countries,

• Design and implement measures to prevent cross-border trafficking.

•  Improve cross-border cooperation among relevant actors for rights based repatriation of victims.


Training Module for Constables of Telangana Police on Anti-human Trafficking

The training module has been submitted to the Telangana Police that is now using it to sensitise and train its force.

Impact: A state police force that is alert, informed and sensitised, resulting in simpler and more compassionate procedures especially in cases of trafficking that involve children.


Flyers for the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR)

Close to the end of 2017, the flyers that JC created for the NCPCR were published on the national commission’s website.


Impact: Designed to be simplified versions of complex laws, these specially created flyers empower and inform stakeholders about critical laws related to children.