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Human Liberty Network (HLN) is a strategically developed informal network of 16 grassroot NGOs & CBOs who consciously work towards reduction of incidences of slavery in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. In October 2012 all implementing organisations for India Nepal Human Liberty Program working in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh came together and discuss their challenges on working on the issue of human trafficking and realized that it is important to have a coordinated effort to address the issue of trafficking. During that time Geneva Global Inc.; the grant manager of this program facilitated to form an informal Network known as “Indo Nepal Human Liberty Network” on 26th June, 2013.
The core purpose of this network was to strengthen cross border coordination across program and collaborate with other stakeholder. This led to great results in restoration, repatriation and rehabilitation of trafficked survivors. At present Indo Nepal Human Liberty Network is working in coordination of the NGOs from Bihar, Uttar Pradesh.
– Eradicate forms of modern slavery and trafficking in the communities
– Effective government anti-slavery structures
– Powerful civil society response to the root causes of modern slavery
– Innovative and effective model to address modern slavery.
We have a Vision for Human Trafficking free society.
– To create enabling environment by Engaging of system & society to combat human trafficking.
– To Facilitate implementation, amendment and formulation of related policies and programs.
Articulating Human trafficking a broad common human trafficking theme for the State of Bihar & U.P.
– Sharing of Information and collaboration between the diverse group.
– To increases outreach and efficiency.
– To facilitate quick redress and follow up.
– Enhances the functioning multifold even of a smaller unit.
– For an effective programmatic and policy change.
– Making children comfortable.
– Systematic documentation of the cases.
– Restoration and rehabilitation. Follow with the family-ensuring the link between the social protection policies. Tie-up institutes/Colleges, Institutes and Special Service Providers.
– Combined advocacy efforts for instance regarding monitoring of commitments made by the State and other Supreme Court and High Court Orders.
– Facilitating advocacy in both the States: by informing members of upcoming Anti-human trafficking meetings and opportunities for advocacy and providing background material in order to assist in such advocacy.
– Experience sharing and facilitating collaboration : this is primarily web-based including a database of members, resources, information about the HLN and human trafficking and regular email updates.