The decriminalization of sex work is a controversial topic, fraught with legal and political implications and complicated terminology. Opinions are deeply divided, especially among women’s rights advocates. A key argument is that decriminalization would only […]
The World Day Against Trafficking in Persons occurs on July 30 each year. Established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2013, the intention is to educate the public, mobilize action, and encourage political support […]
June 5 is Thailand National Anti-Trafficking Day. This year on June 9th, Women For Change Network, Center For Girls Foundation, FOCUS, WorldVision, The Freedom Story, the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, and many […]
The Covid-19 pandemic forced many businesses to reimagine their techniques and services, unfortunately, the business of human trafficking is no different. Yes, even human trafficking has a “new normal.” Here are some ways human trafficking […]
January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, but at Center for Girls (CFG), awareness is a year-round mission as the battle is too large to be contained in one month. In Thailand alone, it is […]
As Chiang Khong is in a border area, it is at a relatively high risk for human trafficking. In order to stay safe from human trafficking, it is important that children are aware of the risks and the possibilities for protection from a young age onwards.
On the 8th of April, Center for Girls organized a workshop for the business owner network. This network is part of CFG’s by Kindernothilfe funded Programme for the prevention of child trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC). During this successful […]
Kulsoom Khan, regional program director for Asia for the Global Fund for Children (GFC), wrote an article about her visit to Center for Girls and about our director P’Loy. This article is copied with gratitude from: […]