Category: Human trafficking

February 17, 2018

CFG takes their Mobile Child Rights campaign to local schools!

Over the past week Center for Girls have brought their ”Mobile Child Rights” project to two schools in the Chiang Khong area. Center for Girls is an organisation that is fighting to end violence against women, human trafficking and inequality, a crucial part of this battle is […]

January 28, 2018

It Takes Time– Thoughts from a Volunteer

by Kim Miller January 28, 2018 My name is Kim, and together with my partner Joel, we are traveling around the world, volunteering and making videos for our Youtube Channel, “Wanderlearners”.  During these last three weeks, we’ve had the […]

September 19, 2017

Business Owners Against Human Trafficking

Local businesses are instrumental in identifying, reporting, and preventing human trafficking, CSEC, and abuse. Last Saturday, CFG convened local Chiang Khong business owners for the first in a new series of workshops to assess the current knowledge […]

May 20, 2017

Emergency Cases

Chiang Khong is a border town located near the Golden Triangle. As such, it is home to different marginalized ethnic minority groups, migrants, and refugees. Many of these people are stateless with little to no […]

March 15, 2017

CRPC Daughter Obtains Thai Citizenship

We are very excited for our partner, Child Rights Protection Center, and their daughter who has recently received official statehood! Check out their post about it: We are pleased to announce that one of our […]

February 14, 2017

What Is Human Trafficking?

Today, we have a guest blog post by international staff Emily Prey on human trafficking. Read the full post on her blog. A lot of people have the wrong idea of what human trafficking actually is […]

June 15, 2016

CFG Partners up with KNH

Center for Girls is fortunate enough to work with German organization Kindernothilfe (KNH) since 2012 on our Program for the Prevention of Child Trafficking and Child Abuse. In the past, we have partnered with ECPAT, but […]