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Partnership

 

 

We believe in community collaboration in action. Community Collaboration is simply working together for the benefit of people within a community. Our team does not “reinvent the wheel”. We focus on finding out people’s needs and working together for a solution.

Below are some of the organisations, companies and governments we actively collaborate with to support people along the Thailand-Myanmar border.

Global Advance Projects: Aims to give individuals and communities an opportunity to advance themselves, we aim to initiate lasting change for people in crisis, poverty, and emotional hardship by ‘Bridging the GAP’ to education, business and entrepreneurship and sustainable relief and development, and to provide emergency relief and shelter to needy peoples who are in immediate need without prejudice. 

How we collaborate with GAP: We collaborate by sharing contacts, skill sets and resources on the ground when managing trafficking in persons cases through the Global Alms Counter Trafficking Unit. We team up when training children, youth and young adults within Thai Government Schools and regional communities. 

Freedom Restoration Project: Through education and empowerment, Freedom Restoration Project aim to break the destructive chain of domestic violence. Freedom Restoration Project exists to interrupt the narrative of abuse and domestic violence for people in the migrant communities on the border of Thailand and Burma. 

How we collaborate with FRP: We collaborate by sharing access to resources and services. When we have Yes She Matters clients who have experienced family and domestic violence and are in need of short-term shelter (3-12mths) we are able to contact Freedom Restoration Project for assistance and they work miracles to find space for our clients and their children. We provide case advocates for any Freedom Restoration Project clients wanting to report family and domestic violence related crime to the Royal Thai Police and provide an Emergency Response Team onsite if personal protection is required.

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Larkley Pty Ltd: A team of professionals specialising in research, training, and education in serious, sensitive, and serial crimes. The Larkley team has a diverse and applied set of skills including policing, serious crime solvability, forensic victimology and, theoretical development for policy creation. Individuals within the Larkley team specialise in victim vulnerabilities, offender typologies, genuine intersectionality and, investigative techniques. Larkley aims to prevent and reduce criminality through education, training, and evidence-based, empirical research. The Larkley team turn theory into practice via policy creation, applied victimology, and focused training package creation.

How we collaborate with Larkley: We collaborate by sharing access to resources and services. Larkley provides specialised personnel to deliver capability development training for front line entities and Government stakeholders on victim identification and trafficking in persons related crime, such as, forced criminality. We collaborate by sharing contacts, skill sets and resources on the ground when managing trafficking in persons cases through the Global Alms Counter Trafficking Unit. We provide information for research purposes on trafficking in persons case outcomes, trends and cycles. We coordinate skills enhancement training opportunities for front line entities and Government stakeholders.

United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime: Contributes to global peace and security, human rights and development by making the world safer from drugs, crime, corruption and terrorism. 

How we collaborate with UNODC: We collaborate by sharing access to resources and services. UNODC provides financial assistance and personnel to support capability development training for front line entities and Government stakeholders on victim identification and trafficking in persons related crime, such as, forced criminality. We collaborate by sharing contacts, skill sets and resources on the ground when managing trafficking in persons cases through the Global Alms Counter Trafficking Unit. We provide information for research purposes on trafficking in persons case outcomes and coordinate skills enhancement training opportunities for front line entities and Government stakeholders.

Kenyan Embassy, Bangkok: Provides consular services to Kenyans living in Thailand as well as the other countries that the Embassy serves namely, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam. The Kenyan Embassy's mission is to advance the interests of Kenya through innovative diplomacy in the countries of accreditation.

How we collaborate with the Kenyan Embassy, Bangkok: We collaborate by sharing access to resources and services. We share contacts, skill sets and resources on the ground when managing trafficking in persons cases involving Kenyan Nationals through the Global Alms Counter Trafficking Unit.

British Embassy, Bangkok: Maintains and develops relations between the United Kingdom and Thailand.

How we collaborate with the British Embassy, Bangkok: We collaborate by sharing access to resources and services. We share contacts, skill sets and resources on the ground when managing trafficking in persons cases involving people from Commonwealth Nations through the Global Alms Counter Trafficking Unit.

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