Remembering the Forgotten and Rejected

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Throughout the decades of war, Afghan women and children have borne the brunt of violence and human rights abuse.

Even in this current time and age, Afghan women and children still face challenges ranging from access to education and healthcare, to finding work as well as participating in choices that affect...

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National Approach Against Trafficking in Persons

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Since its inception in 2010, the Inter-Agency Taskforce, co-chaired by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) and the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) has been coordinating efforts between government agencies to identify and implement strategies to combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP), Working closely with civil society organisations (CSO) and academic institutions,...

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Hagar International Appoints New CEO

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The Board of Hagar International Foundation is delighted to announce the appointment of Micaela Cronin as Chief Executive Officer, Hagar International.

Micaela has worked in the community sector for more than 25 years and become a recognised leader at state and national level in Australia.

She has been CEO of McKillop Family...

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National Survey on Women Health and Life Experiences in Cambodia

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United Nations Women, World Health Organization and the Royal Government of Cambodia conducted the recent study on Women’s Health and Life Experiences in Cambodia. The study revealed insights into perceptions and lifestyles of women in Cambodia of whom have suffered violence from an intimate-partner relationship. Violence against women (hereafter VAW) is...

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Hagar’s Impact in 2015

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2015 was a year of breakthroughs for Hagar in Singapore and around the world. From expanding our recovery services to trafficking survivors in Singapore, to stronger child protection and successful resettlement of survivor victims in their original communities, there is much to celebrate and be thankful for.

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