Empowering Women to Protect Women

“When I visited the newly repatriated former victims, I realised that they had been trafficked by the same people who trafficked me. I traced them and laid a complaint with the police. Two traffickers were arrested and sentenced to 17 and 15 years jail.” Former victims or vulnerable groups, removed by AAT from brothels or forced marriage, are empowered to become agents of change to prevent others from modern sex slavery, and support their families. We protect victims and seek to establish fair judicial practices, by having offenders brought to justice and pursuing restitution for victims.

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