A three-day refreshers’ ToT on psycho-social counseling for child survivors of human trafficking was organized by INCIDIN Bangladesh and the PCTSCN Consortium from 19-21 November 2016. About 30 participants from various governmental and non-governmental organizations working in combating child-related violence, trafficking, rescue and rehabilitation etc. took part in the training programme. Dr. Aminul Islam, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Women and Children Affairs and National Coordinator, SAIEVAC Bangladesh was present in the opening ceremony as the Chief Guest. Mr. A.K.M. Masud…
Children rescued from trafficking need psychological counseling to lift themselves up and reintegrate into the society. The counselors themselves have to be well-trained for the rehabilitation process to be successful. So, for effective rehabilitation and reintegration process for trafficked children, regular training and evaluation programmes are necessary. A three-day refreshers’ ToT on psycho-social counseling for trafficked children was organized by INCIDIN Bangladesh in the CBCB Conference Room, Dhaka from 2-4 May 2016. About 30 participants from various governmental and non-governmental…
Bangladesh is currently hosting a large number of refugees belonging to the Rohingya community of Myanmar nationality. As Bangladesh is not a signatory country to the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, the law enforcement agencies and border defense forces are often unaware on how to deal with refugees. Moreover, many refugees alone with Bangladeshi nationals quickly fall victim to human trafficking. The incoming refugees are mainly placed into several refugee camps and are looked after by the…
International migration in Asia has observed rapid changes in the last two decades. The most significant growth has been observed in terms of temporary labour migration. In Asia the growth of labour migration took place as more and more governments in such sending countries as Philippines, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh look at temporary labour migration as a means of resolving unemployment and a means to earn foreign exchange. The government of many of the sending countries have set up special…