Human trafficking post & pre COVID-19 held in Dimapur

Human trafficking post &  pre COVID-19 held in Dimapur
Participants at the regional level consultation on human trafficking held at DBS Dimapur.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 11/21/2020 12:08:54 PM IST

Two-day regional level consultation on addressing human trafficking post & pre COVID-19 programme was held at Don Bosco School (DBS) campus, to create an effective response to human trafficking for effective coordination and collaboration through Impulse Case Management Centre (ICMC) on November 19 and 20. 

A press release by the organisers stated that, during the two-day programme, deputy commandant, 1st NAP Bn Shouka Khakheto, mentioned that if more stakeholders were involved in the same way that the law enforcement agencies, then the AHTUs, and district units would be regularly updating the cases in the impulse case management software. He added that capacity building exercises was a good step forward in trying to bring in more key stakeholders and making the platform that would help fight the issues of human trafficking.

EAC Hq, Dimapur, Avonou Kire, said that one cannot just depend on the law enforcement agencies to take care of human trafficking but required joint effort of all key stakeholders like NGOs, CSOs and even the community leaders and religious leaders. Kire added that there has been a lot of normalisation of human trafficking and there was a need to evolve new strategies to fight human trafficking.

Introduction of impulse NGO network/impulse model and impulse model the 6'S P impulse case management center 6'S R was presented by board of directors Impulse NGO Network Rosanna Lyngdoh, role of casa in collaborating with impulse NGO network Lesehu Meru CASA NEI senior coordinator. Impulse mode prevention lab livelihood initiative to address unsafe migration through impulse empower was delivered by assistant business manager, Impulse Social Enterprises, Sritapa Dam, challenges in investigation and trial of case with specific reference to child labour and sexual exploitation was delivered by panel lawyer, Moatila Ao. Laws on anti human trafficking POCSO/ITPA/JJ ACT/CR PC with special reference to cyber and cyber laws was presented by HRLN, Neiteo Koza.


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