Committed to working together with diverse stakeholders to abolish all forms of abuse and exploitation.
 

Global Learning Community

Global Learning Community (GLC) works with partners to raise the standards of care for vulnerable populations and survivors of trafficking and exploitation. We do this through connecting stakeholders, building the capacity of partners, increasing collaboration and sharing of ideas and knowledge. We engage diverse stakeholders, recognising that these issues can only be addressed through the participation of multiple sectors.

Our goal is to learn from one another and to become a more connected and competent  global community. Download our 2018 half-year report here to  view    our latest achievements. 

What We Do

GLC builds upon lessons learned by Chab Dai and our coalition partners in Cambodia. In turn we share information, expertise and resources across international borders regarding emerging issues, gap areas, evidence-based practice, collaboration models and research.

At a macro scale, our team is focused on working with diverse stakeholders to broaden the scope and impact of the anti-trafficking movement. On a grassroots level, we work closely with our core partners located around the world to strengthen capacity and standards through specific advisory services.

Where We Partner

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WHERE WE PARTNER: Thailand, Vietnam, Kenya , Uganda, United Kingdom, United States, Philippines, Hong Kong 

We Work With

Anti-trafficking NGOs
Coalitions
Businesses
Legal    and Human Rights Groups
Academics and Academic Institutions
Governments and UN Agencies
Donors
Church and Community Outreach Programs
Journalists and the Media

 

A SPACE TO BE A LEARNING COMMUNITY. TOGETHER.

Our History

The Asia Region Anti-Trafficking Conference was held in Bangkok, Thailand on Nov. 13-16 2017. ARAT is a collaborative conference founded in partnership between Chab Dai Coalition in Cambodia and STOP THE TRAFFIK Australia. 200 people attended the 2017 conference from 19 countries to learn about work together to end human trafficking. After an overwhelming positive reception, Chab Dai and STOP THE TRAFFIK committed to continuing the conference, growing and improving it for future years.

Our Goal

At the conference, we aim to develop multi-sector learning and partnerships to improve our responses to the issues of human trafficking and slavery in Asia. To be updated on the trends and changes in the last 3-5 years in the region and its impact for the future to establish the realities of our context. To learn from each other the best practices in what we do in our contexts. To identify key industries and contexts for collaborative action.

Our goal is for everyone to actively engage and learn from one another. This Conference is about a collaborative movement where everyone is welcomed to contribute and participate. We aim to create a space for partnership to occur organically and intentionally.

Our Partner

Chab Dai partnered with STOP THE TRAFFIK Australia in coordinating and supporting the Asia Region Anti-Trafficking Conference. 


Freedom Collaborative

Fighting the Exploitation of Millions Requires the Collaboration of Thousands.

Freedom Collaborative is an online, community-based platform, which brings anti-trafficking organizations and stakeholders from around the world together. It provides the space to identify and meet key partners, as well as discuss and share resources for improving and facilitating the work of each organization in the fight to end human trafficking together.

Our Goal

The goal of Freedom Collaborative is to facilitate collaborative learning and deeper engagement among stakeholders working to end human trafficking through an accessible, online platform.

Our Partnership

Freedom Collaborative is the product of a joint partnership between Chab Dai and Liberty Asia, an organization dedicated to changing the way modern slavery is addressed by leveraging technology and expertise.

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How To Join

Everyone is invited to join the Freedom Collaborative community! Head over to freedomcollaborative.org to sign up as a user and/or include your organization profile in our directory.