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The NGO coalition called Cambodia Anti-Child Trafficking (Cambodia ACTs) works mainly to fight against child trafficking. It is composed of 12 local NGO partners operating in 9 provinces, Pailin and Phnom Penh. Cambodia ACTs is one of the seven members in South East Asia of Asia Against Child Trafficking (Asia ACTs) including: Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, Laos and Burma.
Main objectives are:
One of the main activities in advocacy work is the Campaign December 12 Against Child Trafficking. Campaign against Child Trafficking has been to conduct every year on December 12 since 2003 by the Asia ACTs members in seven countries in South East Asia to commemorate the adoption on the UN Protocol to Prevent, Punish, Trafficking in Persons, especially Women and Children, supplementing to the UN Convention against Transitional Organized Crime in Palermo, Italy in December 12, 2000. The main purpose of conducting this advocacy event is to lobby the government of each country to recognize December 12 as a national day against child trafficking and to raise public awareness on trafficking issues through various activites such as foot parade of children and stakeholders, role play of trafficking and other special activites conducted by children and young people.
For Cambodia, Campaign December 12, 2006 was conducted by 12 NGO partners of Cambodia ACTs and ECPAT-Cambodia in 12 different places with various activities specially designed for children and young children.
Trafficking is one of the hottest issues not only in Cambodia but also the region, thus work against child trafficking can not be done sucessfully without cooperation of all NGOs and stakeholders.
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