HAGAR featured in CNA documentary – “The Missing Smiles”

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by Channel News Asia on Tuesday 11 February 2014 at 8.30pm   Cambodia is not only well known as a thriving sex tourism destination but also for its numerous humanitarian organisations. Thousands are operating in the Kingdom and many of them are working to rehabilitate victims of sex slavery to ensure...

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Inspiration Amidst Harsh Reality – Law Institute Journal

Former Judge Michael Strong reflects on the work of Hagar after participating in Hagar Australia’s Justice Tour in September. The tour looked at all aspects of trafficking and abuse – from how rescue occurs, to the slow journey through trauma recovery. The group included Australian judges, social workers, CEOs and...

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Hagar Responds to UN Report on Rape Prevalence

Shocking new statistics in a recent UN report showed that 1 in 5 men in Cambodia have committed rape at once in their lives. "Men believing sex is an entitlement, whether for entertainment or to punish someone, combined with women tolerating rape and blaming themselves, has created...

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Hagar Singapore Board Appoints Executive Director

Michael Chiam

Hagar welcomes Michael Chiam as Executive Director of its Support Office in Singapore. View the official press release.

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Myanmar Announcement

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Located in South East Asia, Myanmar is among the world’s Least Developed Countries, with low GDP, weak human assets and high economic vulnerability. [1] In 2014, HAGAR intends to provide services in this nation for women and children who have experienced extreme human rights abuses. Read the full announcement...

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Unveiling the Mess

    Human trafficking is anything but simple. And in Vietnam, the complexities of family, religion, culture, and traditional vs. modern values, make it even more thorny. Learn more in this Huffington Post article which quotes Hagar.

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Hagar partners with UNHCR on new refugee assistance initiative


Phnom Penh, August 1, 2012 - Hagar’s newest project, in partnership with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR), will provide case management services, job counseling, job training, and employment placement for refugees living in Cambodia.

The target population is foreign-born individuals who have been forced to flee from their...

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