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YPSA, an organization in Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC) since 2013

Prevention of human trafficking crimes requires raising awareness through enforcing law

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“Human trafficking is a crime against humanity. Every year, thousands of men, women and children fall into the hands of traffickers. Prevention of human trafficking crimes requires raising awareness through enforcing law, supporting education, activating the role of civil society groups and voluntary work at the grassroots level.” Speakers say in a stakeholder meeting titled “Together We Can End Human Trafficking” held at YPSA’s Transit Home, Chittagong on 23 December 2012 with the support of Winrock International and USAID..

“Government of Bangladesh recently enacted comprehensive anti-trafficking law that is Human Trafficking Deterrence and Suppression Act 2012. People are not aware of the act yet. But it should be ensured that all level of people can be aware of this law” speakers added.

Mr. Moendra Chakma, Assistant Director, District Employment and Manpower Office, Mr. Ataur Rahman, Sub-Lieutenant, Bangladesh Coast Guard, M. Nasirul Hoq, Editor of Daily Supporbhat Bangladesh, Mr Giuash Uddin, Mrs Anjumanara Begum, Councilor of Chittagong City Corporation, Mr. Saiful Islam, Senior Reporter, Daily Purbokon, Mrs. Dipta Rakshit, Program Manager of Winrock International, Mr. Shahidul Islam, Chief Instructor of Department of Youth Development, Md. Mahabubur Rahman, Director, YPSA, Mr. Sirajuddin Belal, Program Officer, YPSA and representatives from different NGOs   were present in the meeting.

If any trafficking survivor needs help, it was requested to contact with YPSA at Santo Niloy (Unit-2, Transit Home), House No- 315, Road-13, Block-B, Chandgaon R/A, Chittagong. Phone: 01819 178308