Japan Network Against Trafficking in Persons (JNATIP)
The Japan Network Against Trafficking in Persons (JNATIP) was born out of discussions at the International Symposium on “Trafficking of Women to Japan”, held in Tokyo in January of 2003. The JNATIP was established in late 2003 by NGOs, shelters, and lawyers to press the government to establish a law banning trading in person.
Asia - Japan Women's Resource Centre
Asia-Japan Women's Research Centre (AJWRC) facilitates discussions and actions for women in Asia through envisioning an alternative future society based on gender justice, ecology and local & global democracy where poverty, oppression and discrimination are eliminated.
Asia-Pacific Human Rights Information Center
Asia-Pacific Human Rights Information Center (HURIGHTS Osaka) provides a resource for the Asia Pacific region on human rights issues, documents, and resources. For a snyposis about the issue of trafficking in women and children in Japan and the challenges aimed to eliminate the trafficking click here.
Asian Women Worker's Center
AWWC raises consciousness among the Japanese on the issue of Asian women workers.
Center for Health and Rights of Migrants (CHARM)
To enable women with neither visa nor money to receive medical treatment, CHARM has developed a network of health institutions in the Kansai region (Osaka-Kyoto-Kobe).
HELP Asian Women's Shelter
HELP (Housing in Emergency of Love and Peace) Asian Women's Shelter in Tokyo, provides emergency housing relief and support to approximately two hundred needy recipients annually.
Solidarity Network with Migrants (SMJ) Japan
The goal of the Solidarity Network is to protect migrants' rights, support their empowerment, and create a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society in Japan by networking with NGOs and individuals advocating migrants' rights in Japan and coordinating collaborative activities while sharing experiences and cooperating with one another.
Street Children Program of Franciscan Chapel Center
The ministry was founded in 1998 by a group of parishioners from the Franciscan Chapel Center and St.
The House for Women Saalaa
Established in 1992, The House for Women Saalaa is a shelter for Japanese and foreign women in Japan, and accommodates women, including trafficking victims, and assists with translation services and with repatriation.
YWCA Kyoto: Asian People Together (APT)
The Asian People Together (APT) is a project of Kyoto YWCA.
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