Head of ATIPD is a member of CBTIP, the Legal Framework and Prosecution Working Group and the Working Group on Return, Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Victims of Trafficking. The Head serves as a Secretary to the Anti-Trafficking in Person and Victim Protection Working Group.
CBTIP supervises all work areas under the National Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons (2017-2021) and lay down policies and guidelines for implementing the activities It coordinates among Working Groups on the prevention of human trafficking, protection of trafficked victims, legal framework and prosecution, and repatriation, reintegration and rehabilitation of trafficked persons.
Colors Rainbow is Myanmar’s leading LGBT rights organization. It seeks to end discrimination against LGBT people in Myanmar through awareness raising, education, legal reform and legal protection. It produces a Myanmar-language community website and magazine covering LGBT issues in Myanmar and around the world.
CTUM helps build trade unions and advance worker rights in Myanmar. It consists of various affiliated unions, including the All Burma Mining Union, the Seafarers Union of Burma (also affiliated with the ITF), the Textile Workers Union, and the Health, Education and Social Workers Union. Its President and Chairman, Maung Maung is recognized by trade unions and human rights advocates as an expert and authority on labor rights in Burma.
Director General is a member of the Anti-Trafficking in Person and Victim Protection Working Group. The Deputy Director General is a member of the Working Group on Return, Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Victims of Trafficking. The Deputy Director performs in the Legal Framework and Prosecution Working Group.
U Aung Kyaw Soe Director General Office No. 51, Nay Pyi Taw
The department ensures job opportunities in foreign countries for overseas job seekers and systematic employment abroad, and supports labour rights and opportunities. It also oversees the issuance of licenses for both government and private overseas employment agencies. Labour Attaches were appointed in Republic of Korea, Thailand and Malaysia. The Director General is a member of the Anti-Trafficking in Person and Victim Protection Working Group. The Deputy Director General is the member of the Working Group on Return, Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Victims of Trafficking. The Director performs in the Legal Framework and Prosecution Working Group.
U Win Shein Director General Office No. 51, Nay Pyi Taw
DR provides rehabilitation programs for people with disabilities, ex-drug addicts, human trafficking, sex trafficking, child soldiers, abandoned children, child soldier, child rape survivors, children in conflict with the law, street children, pregnant women, older people, commercial sex workers, and people affected by natural and man-made disasters. The Director General and the Director serve as Secretary and Joint Secretary respectively at the Working Group on Return, Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Victims of Trafficking.
DSW has offices throughout the country, each with full-time case managers, to provide health care, reintegration assistance, psycho-social care, and legal services to trafficking victims, including child soldiers. The Director General performs in the Legal Framework and Prosecution Working Group.
The department is implementing the provision of basic education and higher education free of charge for the development of human resources of national races in border areas. It provides vocational training on domestic science for ethnic women, supports them to set up their own business with the vocational education they had acquired and provides industrial education to ethnic youth in border areas.
Equality Myanmar promotes human rights education and awareness in Myanmar focusing on the following groups: women, student unions, LGBT activists, political activists, ethnic and religious minority groups, teachers, and farmer and labor unions.
Based in Kachin State, Htoi provides rescued women and girls with legal aid, psychosocial counselling, referrals to services, skills training for their economic recovery and human trafficking awareness training. Htoi also organizes peer mentoring groups for survivors of TIP to connect and support one another. It works closely with the anti-trafficking police forces, social welfare departments and women affairs organizations from Myitkyina and Banmaw Townships in Kachin State on activities related to human trafficking, domestic violence and underage rape.
No- 519, Swe Taw st, Yuzana Quarter, Myitkyina, Kachin State
My-PEC aims to establish a comprehensive, inclusive and efficient multi-stakeholder response to reducing child labour in Myanmar by increasing awareness and knowledge about child labour, improving legislation and strengthen national and local capacity to address child labour in compliance with international standards.
No.1 ( A ), Kanbae ( Thitsar ) Road, Yankin Township, Yangon
IOM Myanmar works in four areas: emergency, post-crisis and preparedness; migrant health; migrant protection; and labour mobility and human development. Under migrant protection, it supports the development and implementation of the Central Body for Suppression of Trafficking in Persons’s (CBTIP) National Plan of Action to combat trafficking in persons. Raise awareness of TIP in coordination with Myanmar’s Anti-Trafficking in Persons Division and CSOs. Provide direct assistance to victims of trafficking and vulnerable migrants with the Department of Rehabilitation (DoR), Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement (MSWRR), and civil society organisations
Established in 2014 as a public-private sector platform to tackle human trafficking in Southeast Asia, with an initial focus on forced labor in Thailand’s export oriented industries affecting global supply chains. Its goal is to eliminate labour exploitation, including forced labour and human trafficking, through interventions designed to change the behaviours of jobseekers, workers, recruiters, employers, and duty bearers.
KWAT promote female participation in politics and in peace and reconciliation processes, including training and empowerment of Kachin women in Burma and in exile. It runs a Crisis Support Centre, safe houses, vocational training, and awareness-raising for women and children from Kachin and Northern Shan State who are at risk of human trafficking.
KBC is the co-ordinating body of all Karen Baptist Churches in Myanmar. It has worked with several international organisations including World Vision Myanmar and IJM in assisting the resettlement and support of hundreds of Burmese men and women who have been trafficked and exploited.
The Union Minister of Ministry of Home Affairs chairs the CBTIP. The Deputy Minister serves as the Deputy Chairman of the CBTIP and as Chairman of the Anti-Trafficking in Person and Victim Protection Working Group
MOLIP is responsible for protecting the labour and social rights of workers in Myanmar. Its mandate also includes enhancing decent work within the country and overseas, and promoting safe migration. Permanent Secretary is the member of CBTIP.
Permanent Secretary Office No. 51, Nay Pyi Taw
MSWRR administers Myanmar’s social welfare, social relief and resettlement affairs. Permanent Secretary is a member of CBTIP. The Deputy Minister chairs the Working Group on Return, Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Victims of Trafficking.
MCRB is a joint initiative of the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) and the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR). It facilitates dialogue and processes aimed at building national and local capacity and partnerships on business and human rights related issues.
MFPD is a national association for Persons with Disabilities. It conducts awareness raising and advocacy campaigns and training programmes targeted at partner organizations and the public, and network with them.
A Code of Conduct for the Members of MOEAF was developed by MOEAF, in collaboration with the MOLIP and with technical input from the ILO TRIANGLE in ASEAN project. It also works with IOM on ethical recruitment standards and the International Recruitment Integrity System (IRIS) certification process.
No. 456, 6th Floor, Merchant Road, Botahtaung Township, Yangon
MFP is an independent unit under the Ministry of Home Affairs. The Chief of Police is Secretary of CBTIP and member of the Anti-Trafficking in Person and Victim Protection Working Group.
MWAF is Myanmar’s national machinery to promote the welfare and advancement of women in Myanmar with the aim to enable them to participate fully in the national development. It has sub working groups focused on violence against women, trafficking of women and children, and rehabilitation and reintegration of women. It supports the work of preventing TIP in cooperation with government departments, organisations, UN agencies, and CSOs.
Deputy Attorney General serves as the Deputy Chairman of the CBTIP and as Chairman of the Legal Framework and Prosecution Working Group
Plan works in some of the poorest parts of the country – Rakhine and Kachin. It provides emergency assistance to internally displaced people and children affected by conflict, and seeks to end violence against children.
Programme helps survivors and potential trafficking victims re-enrol in school or join vocational training programmes, where they learn both traditional skills like weaving, sewing and handicrafts, as well as new skills, such as fish farming and how to cultivate high-value crops, such as mushrooms, silkworm-mulberry and organic cotton. It also empowers women to set up and run their own shops and businesses as entrepreneurs or market vendors.
The department is implementing eradication of poverty and development of border areas. The Director performs as a member of the Working Group on Return, Reintegration and Rehabilitation of Victims of Trafficking.
PRLM aims to protect legal rights and increase access to justice for Myanmar’s people. To achieve this goal, PRLM strives to build accountability and competency within justice sector institutions and enhances legal services and advocacy efforts by civil society. Trafficking in persons is a key focus area for the program. One of its goals is to mitigate the impacts of trafficking, corruption, and support to transitional justice
No. 3/A, Aye Yeik Thar Condo, Aye Yeik Thar 1st Street, New University Avenue Road, Bahan Township , Yangon 11201
POINT works on raising awareness among indigenous communities on the rights-based approach towards sustainable development and natural resource management.
The Director General is member of The Anti-Trafficking in Person and Victim Protection Working Group. The DG serves as Secretary to the Working Group on Legal Framework and Prosecuting Measures and the Director serves as the Joint Secretary.
Focuses on protection of children in urban and conflict-affected areas.
Support people with disabilities in Myanmar. It provides assistances related to education, health, employment, vocational education and development of an all-inclusive environment.
WVM is a partner to the CBTIP and provides reintegration assistance to trafficked persons returned to Myanmar. It participated in the NGO Child Rights Working Group (NCRWG), national Protection Working Group, Gender Equality Network (GEN), and the Human Trafficking Working Group (HTWG), and contributed to the development and implementation of the second five-year National Plan of Action to combat human trafficking. WVM also advocated to end the practice of a mandatory 14-day stay in temporary centers for trafficked victims returning from other countries. It is currently implementing the Burma Anti-Trafficking in Persons (ATIP) Project, Phase II from 2019-2021.
No. 95 (A),5th Floor, Kyeik Wine Pagoda Road, 8 Mile Business Center, 8 Mile, Mayangone Township, Yangon
YKBWA works with international organisations to: prevent GBV and sexual violence (International Rescue Committee); support safe return and reintegration of trafficked victims (World Vision Myanmar); and implement child protection case management in nine townships (Save the Children and UNICEF).