Alliance Against Trafficking in Women and Children in Nepal (AATWIN) was established on June 6, 1997 to raise a strong and collective voice against human trafficking. From the very beginning of its establishment, AATWIN has been working for policy changes at the local, national and international levels.
This project aims to:
The aim of AATWIN’s 2018 project is to continue its advocacy work with women and adolescents working in the entertainment sector. It will also aim to build the capacity of rights holders and organisations working to end CSEC, slavery and trafficking. This project will also continue to promote sensitization, awareness raising and coordination among stakeholders involved in preventing and responding to CSEC.
The goal of this project is to influence stakeholders’, both governmental and non-governmental, to take action to address human trafficking and CSEC in Nepal by employing legal, policy, and programmatic measures. To achieve this end, AATWIN will focus on three main objectives: