Legal Support for Children and Women (hereafter LSCW) was founded following a year of research and analysis on particular conditions afflicting children and women in Cambodian society. They are working to promote gender equality, protect children and women from all forms of exploitation, push for the respect of their rights, and increase children and women’s awareness of those rights.
Legal Support for Children and Women (LSCW) is planning research in July 2004 which is a gender analysis of trafficking through and to Koh Kong province (i.e. internal and cross-border trafficking). This research will focus on Cambodian men trafficked across the border into Thailand for various purposes such as fishing, construction, saw mill factories, etc.
In addition, LSCW will focus on women and children internally trafficked to Koh Kong into prostitution, and across the border into other industries such as domestic work, fish processing, construction, etc.
If there are any NGOs, International Organizations, UN organisations or government departments which have information or cases on Cambodian men trafficked to Thailand or women and children into other areas other than sexual exploitation, LSCW would like to know. Please contact them at the address below. Furthermore, they would like to know if there are any Thai NGOs, International Organizations or government departments who are working against trafficking and sexual exploitation in Trat province or provinces in the South East Thailand.
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