Anti-Trafficking 101 + Allied Issues & Laws - Trafficking
- No prerequisites for taking this course.
To bring about behavioral change that will result in a reduction of trafficking, abuse and violence against children and women.
To create digital training modules on anti-trafficking, safe village programs (SVP), domestic violence, and allied social issues that will build awareness amongst school children, women, the general public, NGO’s field workers, and every stakeholder of the society. These modules are proposed to be built in English and other 9 Indian languages in the first year, expanding into 5 other widely spoken global languages in the second year.
To build digital training modules that will:
Build awareness amongst school girls and boys, women and men, and other community members on issues of human trafficking, violence and abuse, and other related issues.
Facilitate self-learning for school children, teachers and volunteers (Rakshak, Nodal Teacher, and Gram Mitra).
Facilitate quality training of field workers and aid in effective implementation of Safe Village Program.
It’s a known fact that trafficking, violence and abuse are issues of grave concern in our country; in fact, that’s a worldwide problem. Regular awareness messaging is the only way to build a resilient society. While information dissemination at mass scale has always been a challenge, the situation exploded to a greater proportion with COVID pandemic.
Quickly adapting to the situation, My Choices Foundation (MCF), conceptualized building of digital training modules. This proposed digital module will be globally scalable, replicable, and sustainable.
Who this course is for:
- The course is for people who have interest in understanding human trafficking and other issues that impact the society and will facilitate up-skilling for those who want to work for the causes of Human Trafficking, Domestic Violence, and Abuse against women.
My Choices Foundation aims to give women, children, and families choices to live lives free from violence, abuse, and exploitation.
We aim to see the transformation of India into a safe, peaceful, and encouraging place for women and girls by empowering women and girls with the awareness, education, and support they need to become their own change agents.
We do this by:
By empowering women and girls to become change agents in their own families and communities.
By educating at-risk women and girls, families, and communities.
By providing free, grassroots support to victims and their families.
We believe that a better world is often just one choice away.
In the beauty, value, and capability of every woman and girl.
In the ability in each person to overcome barriers to good, and make good choices.
That mindset can be changed, cycles can be broken, and lives can be restored.
That when we change together, we win together. Men are at least 50% of the solution to ending violence against and exploitation of women. A world that respects women and girls is one where both men and women thrive.
In the power of change triggered from within individuals, families, and society to transform India.
About ending abuse and exploitation of women and girls.
About men and boys, championing them, and including them in solutions.
About empowering women and families to catalyze change in their communities.
Building partnerships and coalition efforts.
Being at the forefront of research and innovative thinking on the issues at hand.
Providing robust data on the efficacy of our work.
Taking the necessary risks to do the most challenging work.
My Choices Foundation began in early 2012 as “My Choices”, a Hyderabad-based NGO providing free, grassroots services to victims of domestic violence and their families. The vision of bringing an end to domestic violence by harnessing the power of local women to become agents of change in their own communities was the driving force that led to the birth and subsequent exponential growth of My Choices.
Since then, it has grown not only in its vision to address domestic violence through counseling and legal aid, but also to include the mission to eliminate sex trafficking in India by 2025. Red Alert was founded in early 2014, with the vision to prevent the trafficking of young girls for the purpose of sexual exploitation. After an 18-month research, ground-building and training phase, Red Alert launched programs in October 2015.
In October 2015 My Choices and Red Alert, hitherto operating as two separate NGOs, officially became the two operations of My Choices Foundation. The two entities changed logos and names becoming Operation PeaceMaker and Operation Red Alert of My Choices Foundation but remained to do the same, impactful work.
My Choices Foundation is committed to using the most innovative methods to end domestic violence and prevent sex trafficking in India.