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Saturday, 25 June 2022

Start AHTC now at your college in Tamil Nadu

 


 

To stop human trafficking in Tamil Nadu, please contact Ms Praveena Solomon on 98415 19982.

For more details contact, Indian Community Welfare Organisation-I.C.W.O at AP-216, 18th Main Road, 'I' Block, 6th Street, Vallalar Colony, Anna Nagar West, Chennai.

Phone: 044-26184392, Email: fieldmaster2000@gmail.com

Elder Abuse Awareness Day

On account of Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15th, the hairdressing women from Oasis India NGO dressed up the elderly women in ICWO- Indian Community Welfare Organisation-I.C.W.O. run Shelter for the Homeless People, Choolai. Mrs.Sumathi, Ward Councilor graced the occasion. It gave the women, happiness and joy to walk the ramp beautifully dressed in sarees forgetting about their sorrows. The Hairdressing women also felt they contributed back to the society through this community engagement initiative.

Oasis India, an NGO which works in anti-human trafficking runs a free hairdressing project for women in Vysarpadi. They collaborate with ICWO - Indian Community Welfare Organisation on anti-human trafficking initiatives.

For more details about free training programmes conducted by Oasis India NGO contact Carol on 9600174161.

Indian Community Welfare Organisation-I.C.W.O functions at AP-216, 18th Main Road, 'I' Block, 6th Street, Vallalar Colony, Anna Nagar West, Chennai.Phone: 044-26184392, Email: fieldmaster2000@gmail.com

ICWO and 3 Top Colleges signs MoU for new AHTCs to prevent human trafficking

 ICWO/HSF Pilot Project

ICWO welcomes more and more colleges to start up AHTC now!!

Three top colleges in Chennai namely, Annai Annai Violet Arts & Science College, Hindustan College of Arts and Science and Chevalier T. Thomas Elizabeth College for Women have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Indian Community Welfare Organisation - I.C.W.O for new AHTC to prevent human trafficking.


Speaking on the occasion Mr.A.J.Hariharan, Secretary-ICWO said they are planning to initiate 100 AHTCs in college & institutions in all 38 districts.So far 76 have been initiated till 24th June 2022 in Tamil Nadu. 

The AHTCs will create the awareness in the college campus and out in general public with the support of HSF – Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung India. 

ICWO welcomes more and more colleges to start up AHTC now!!. Those who are interested can contact Ms Praveena Solomon on 98415 19982.


Indian Community Welfare Organisation - I.C.W.O. a non-governmental organisation working for various developmental projects with specific focus on women and children for the past 27 years in Chennai.

For details contact Indian Community Welfare Organisation - I.C.W.O situated at AP-216, 18th Main Road, 'I' Block, 6th Street,Vallalar Colony, Anna Nagar West, Chennai. Phone: 044-26184392, Email: fieldmaster2000@gmail.com

 

Saturday, 4 June 2022

Big Journey Begins with Small Steps

Saveetha College of Nursing celebrated Pearl Jubilee to mark the historical milestone in its journey &wrapped up 30 years. The college has been renovated with the theme of “Walk in the Park” into state of Art infrastructure setting an example for Nursing Education Globally as well to prepare for the emerging challenge in the upcoming health care and emphasis on high quality education. 


The renovated building of SCON was inaugurated by Dr.Ani Grace Kalaimathi, Registrar, Tamil Nadu Nurses and Midwives Council by Ribbon cutting. This occasion was graced with Dr.N.M Veeraiyan, Chancellor, SIMATS, Dr.Chadaram Sivaji, Vice Chancellor, Dr. V. Deepak Nallaswamy, Director of Academics, SIMATS, invited guest, the Principal Prof.Dr.S. KalaBarathi, Prof.L.Parimala, Vice Principal, Faculty members and students of Saveetha College of Nursing.

 

Wednesday, 1 June 2022

A Pledge to call for initiating Anti Human Trafficking Clubs in Tamil Nadu


The Inauguration of AHTC – Anti Human Trafficking Club,  ICWO/HSF Pilot Project was recently  held  at ICSA- Jivana Jothi, Pantheon Road, Egmore, Chennai was followed by “One Day Training and Strategic Planning for NGO Directors on AHTC – Anti Human Trafficking Club in Tamil Nadu”.

 Mr.A.J.Hariharan, Secretary-ICWO requests colleges to initiate AHTCs in college & institutions in all 38 districts of Tamil Nadu. The youth participating in this mission is vital to ensure successful combating human trafficking and STOP violence among women and children. The AHTCs will create the awareness in the college campus  with the support of HSF – Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung India.

Interested to initiate AHTC in their colleges/ Institution contact Ms Praveena Solomon on 98415 19982.

For details contact Indian Community Welfare Organisation - I.C.W.O situated at AP-216, 18th Main Road, 'I' Block, 6th Street,Vallalar Colony, Anna Nagar West, Chennai.

Phone: 044-26184392, Email: fieldmaster2000@gmail.com


Tuesday, 24 May 2022

Inauguration of Anti Human Trafficking Club - ICWO/HSF Pilot Project

 

The Inauguration of AHTC – Anti Human Trafficking Club,  ICWO/HSF Pilot Project in Tamilnadu on 21st May 2022 at ICSA- Jivana Jothi, Pantheon Road, Egmore, Chennai was followed by “One Day Training and Strategic Planning for NGO Directors on AHTC – Anti Human Trafficking Club in Tamilnadu”.

The Chief Guest Dr.Volker Lennart Plan, Resident Representative – HSS India inaugurated the ICWO/HSF Pilot Project by lighting the kuthuvilaku, welcomed by Mr.A.J.Hariharan, Secretary-ICWO, Philosophy of AHTC by  Dr.P.M.Nair, IPS. (Retd.), International Expert, Human Trafficking Matters. HSF Contribution in AHT Matters Dr.Volker Lennart Plan, Resident Representative – HSS India, Vote of Thanks by Ms.Usha Subramanian, HSS India.

Speaking on the occasion Dr.Volker Lennart Plan, Resident Representative – HSS India said- It's a pleasure to side with ICWO and Dr Nair on this project. Human Trafficking is a transboundary and international issue. Hanns Seidel Foundation India is a political foundation from Germany. As a political foundation, we work with governments, NGOs and state institutions. We support projects with the Karnataka State Police, universities, rights-based NGOs or political think tanks from all over India states can implement laws, the police can execute them, but it's up to NGOs to ensure awareness about these laws and rights. For this, a good coordination between all stakeholders is necessary. The experience and networks of NGOs are crucial to achieve this goal. This is HSFs first project in TN and we appreciate the very promising alliance between P.M.Nair and ICWO and will continue to support it. Nair had been associated with HSF's work since 2015. HSF is part of Germany's Federal Development Policy. Even the German Consulate works on Human Trafficking and HSF, too, hopes to support India's laws and fight against HT. HSF also works worldwide on water/environment, federalism, and international cooperation in more than 60 countries.

Speaking on the occasion Dr.P.M.Nair, IPS. (Retd.), International Expert, Human Trafficking Matters said that 38 NGOs in Tamil Nadu is a strong number and that great things could be achieved in the field with this strength. Almost 50 percent of the NGOs would already be having knowledge and experience as they have already been working in the same field but the remaining may need some orientation and guidance to carry this initiative forward. So how is it that we are going to take this forward is by connecting with colleges, with teachers, who are sensitive, sensible, and genuinely concerned in the matter, and students, around 15 to 20 students from each college, and explaining to them what human trafficking is and how to fight against it. In simple words, human trafficking is the buying and selling of humans. However, humans are not commodities and they cannot be sold. If your sister is not for sale, then some other girl is also not for sale. AHTC in colleges can connect with NGOs like Childline, and help victims of human trafficking and intervene. Panchayats against Human Trafficking (PAHT) also play a vital role in taking the matter forward in villages. Giving awareness to children, to both boys and girls about “good and bad” touch, to Mothers, saying that their children cannot be exploited even by their own family members, and that they have to voice out against them and protect their children.  

Speaking on the occasion Mr.A.J.Hariharan, Secretary-ICWO said the concept of AHTC was developing by Dr.P.M.Nair, IPS (Retd.) which was successfully initiated in Kerala. ICWO is planning to initiate 100 AHTCs in college & institutions in all 38 districts in within the period of 2 months. In all the Districts NGOs identified to support AHTCs activities. Capacity building will be done by ICWO for AHTC mentors, members and district NGO partners for the successful implementation of AHTCs in Tamilnadu. The AHTCs will create the awareness in the college campus and out in general public with the support of HSF – Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung India . AHTCs will identify human trafficking, rescue, reintegrate and prevent exploitation of women and children. AHTCs will identify and STOP crime against women and children with the support of district NGOs in Tamilnadu.  Indian Community Welfare Organisation - I.C.W.O. a non-governmental organisation working for various developmental projects with specific focus on women and children for the past 27 years in Chennai.

Wednesday, 18 May 2022

CTTE College initiated AHTC – Anti Human Trafficking Club

 

Chevalier T. Thomas Elizabeth College for Women – CTTE College initiated AHTC – Anti Human Trafficking Club today 18th May 2022.Dr.Prof.S.Sridevi, The Principal, CTTE College handed over the filled in AHTC application form handed over to Mr.A.J.Hariharan, Secretary, ICWO. Ms.Shirley, Department of Social Work, CTTE College and Ms.E.Yoghitha, Department of A & F, CTTE College professors will be the mentors their AHTC. Those who are willing to initiate AHTC in their respective College/Institution  contact Ms.Praveena Solomon, 98415-19982, Email: fieldmaster2000@gmail.com Chevalier T. Thomas Elizabeth College for Women – CTTE College is located at N0-16, St. Mary's Road, Maryland, Sembiyan, Perambur, Chennai-600011.

Tuesday, 17 May 2022

Annai Violet College won prize in Kabaddi Tournament

 


A one day Women Kabaddi Tournament held on 2nd May 2022 in Tiruvallur District. Annai Violet Arts and Science College won the runners up in the tournament. Physical Director Thenmozhi trained the students. Dr.C.Initha Lebanon Ebency, College Principal and Dr.Sathy, Prof.HOD, Department of Hindi encouraged all students to participate in all sports. Annai Violet College of Arts and Science College is located No-53, Voilet College Road, Menambedu, Ambattur, Chennai.

ICWO & HSF join hands to fight human trafficking on 21st May 2022

 

Inauguration of pilot project to initiative Anti Human Trafficking Club by ICWO- Indian Community Welfare Organisation and HSF- Hanns Seidel Stiftung India on 21st May 2022 at ICSA Egmore, Chennai from 10 am  onwards will soon lead to having 100 Anti Human Trafficking Clubs in colleges and institutions in Tamil Nadu.

The main guests that will be participating in the event are namely, Dr.P.M.Nair, IPS (Retd), International Expert, Human Trafficking Matters, Dr.Volker Lennart Plan, Representative-HSS India, Usha Subramanian, HSS India and Dr.T.Arul Roncalli, Project Manager-HSS India. Moreover other top dignitaries from various disciplines from 38 NGO’s directors will be participating.

There is no doubt that trafficking of children and women for sexual and other forms of exploitation is a grave violation of their rights and dignity. It is one of the largest organized exploitation in Tamil Nadu, as much as in India. Human trafficking involves recruitment, harbouring or transporting people into a situation of exploitation through the use of violence, deception or coercion and forced to work against their will. In other words, trafficking is a process of enslaving people, coercing them into a situation with no way out, and exploiting them. It is indeed rampant across Tamil Nadu.

People can be trafficked for many different forms of exploitation such as forced prostitution, forced labour, forced begging, forced criminality, domestic servitude, forced marriage, and forced organ removal. When children are trafficked, simply bringing them into exploitative conditions constitutes trafficking. People are trafficked due to ignorance, lack of education, awareness, issues at home, demand at the [places of exploitation, etc.

These are factors which can be addressed at the source, transit and destination areas if the stakeholders decide to prevent and work together. Under Article 23 of the Indian Constitution, every citizen is a stakeholder, having a constitutional obligation to prevent trafficking in children and women. This proposal initiated by ICWO and HSF will play a vital role in combating human trafficking in Tamil Nadu.

Friday, 29 April 2022

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