Introduction
Vision ONE VISION
Purpose ONE VISION ONE PURPOSE The NFN creates a ‘backbone’ of Structure, Strategy...
Working Together ONE VISION ONE PURPOSE ONE WORK OF THE HANDOrganisational membe...
Structure
Structure of the NFN „Backbone‟ Terminate ...
NFN Programme Cycle All the member organisations are slotted in according to their programmes and services1 R...
Rapid Response Cycle (RR) Services that relate to victims are ordered according the cycle of rescue and care ...
Coordination of Activities NFN encourages and facilitates every Province to set up a coordination body related to RR ...
Strategy
Advocacy objectives – scope increase  South Africans should know TIP is also a local problem1 ...
NFN Programme Cycle 2 Roadblock Intervention Border Control...
Advocacy objectives – scope increase 3 Rescue Encourage local and international pressure to pa...
Advocacy objectives – scope increase  Meet the special needs of the 10-18 year old child ...
Advocacy objectives – scope increase Advocate for funding of victims transportation home Strategy objectives – fill the g...
Advocacy objectives – scope increase Determine economically viable employment options For the victims to receive rehabil...
Connectivity
NFN Int. Partners ONE VISION ONE PURPOSE ONE WORK OF THE HAND ...
International Partners Represented in SA through the Freedom NetworkSTOP The International information flows i...
International Partners Cambodia TIP network CHAB Connectivity with the rest of Asia DAI Learning Comm...
Coalition Partners ONE VISION ONE PURPOSE ...
Opening the doors to FREEDOM Work “For I am with you”
Thank you,we look forward to partnering with you
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National freedom network for web

A presentation outlining the work of the incredible National Freedom Network in South Africa which battles to prevent buying and selling of people
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Published in: Education      Business      
Source: www.slideshare.net


Transcripts - National freedom network for web

  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Vision ONE VISION
  • 3. Purpose ONE VISION ONE PURPOSE The NFN creates a ‘backbone’ of Structure, Strategy and Connectivity so that together we can more effectively care for victimsand eradicate human trafficking in South Africa
  • 4. Working Together ONE VISION ONE PURPOSE ONE WORK OF THE HANDOrganisational members and coalitions workingtogether nationally to combat human trafficking
  • 5. Structure
  • 6. Structure of the NFN „Backbone‟ Terminate Reintegrate 6 Organised crime operations Trade Return 5 Torture Rehabilitate 4 Trap Rescue 3 Transport Counter Trafficking efforts Roadblock 2Trick Resist 1
  • 7. NFN Programme Cycle All the member organisations are slotted in according to their programmes and services1 Resist 2 Roadblock 3 Rescue Public Awareness Intervention Investigation Specific Training Border Control Raids & Rescue Research Prosecution Coordination4 Rehabilitate 5 Return 6 Reintegrate Victim Outreach Transport Home Home Safe Houses Community Services Opportunity Ongoing Support
  • 8. Rapid Response Cycle (RR) Services that relate to victims are ordered according the cycle of rescue and care 3 Emergency 2 house 4 The collection Transport1 Roadblocks 5 The Call Rescues Safe Houses 6 8 Re Services integration 7 Repatriation
  • 9. Coordination of Activities NFN encourages and facilitates every Province to set up a coordination body related to RR PoliceIOM & SA DHSDHelp Lines Help Line Police Manager Contact NGO’s Interpreters Provincial RR CoordinatorCoalition EmergencyMembers House Rapid Police Response SafeContacts Teams Houses
  • 10. Strategy
  • 11. Advocacy objectives – scope increase  South Africans should know TIP is also a local problem1 Resist  Mobilize communities, tribes and churches to inform Public Awareness and protect their people Specific Training  Stand against SA becoming a sex tourism destination  Bring in international expertise Research Coordination  Strategy objectives – fill the gaps  Have a counter trafficking training DVD in every school  Integration of operations, develop one strategy blueprint and action plan  TIP Industry news  Mapping of members - Implement ‘Freedom registry’ to create visibility of the network
  • 12. NFN Programme Cycle 2 Roadblock Intervention Border Control Advocacy objectives – scope increase Target the supply chain. Housing, transport, adverts, etc. Strategy objectives – fill the gaps ‘Early identification of victims’ and protocol training for law enforcement and staff at points of entry. Borders, ports, airports, on planes, taxis etc.
  • 13. Advocacy objectives – scope increase 3 Rescue Encourage local and international pressure to pass Investigation the counter trafficking laws Raids & Rescue Address the prostitution laws from the TIP perspective Prosecution Explore the links to drug trafficking & money laundering Strategy objectives – fill the gaps Encourage communities to identify recruiters and protect their community Detail what is needed to implement the trafficking laws
  • 14. Advocacy objectives – scope increase  Meet the special needs of the 10-18 year old child victim  Enlist partners that are competent in drug rehab  Place of safety for men and boys victims4 Rehabilitate Strategy objectives – fill the gaps Victim Outreach  Introduce ‘Rapid Response’ cycle provincially to improve victim assistance Safe Houses  72 hour emergency safe houses that are Services immediately accessible for housing and statements
  • 15. Advocacy objectives – scope increase Advocate for funding of victims transportation home Strategy objectives – fill the gaps Have partners in home countries meet victims at airport and conduct debriefing sessions 5 Return Transport Home
  • 16. Advocacy objectives – scope increase Determine economically viable employment options For the victims to receive rehabilitation in a safe house in country of origin where culture and language is understood 6 Reintegrate Strategy objectives – fill the gaps Have partners in home countries assist with Home reintegration where needed Community Send victims home with opportunities for income Opportunity generation Ongoing Support
  • 17. Connectivity
  • 18. NFN Int. Partners ONE VISION ONE PURPOSE ONE WORK OF THE HAND CHAB NATIONAL FREEDOM NETWORK DAI ASIAORGANISATIONAL MEMBERS & COALITIONS working with Gov and Int‟l partners EUROPEAN FREEDOM NETWORK E EUROPE STOP the TME VIVA TRAFFIK Resources Advocacy Networking
  • 19. International Partners Represented in SA through the Freedom NetworkSTOP The International information flows in and outTRAFFIK UN representation & Global campaigns Partner: Ruth Dearnley – CEO Prevention material distribution – SA & global Networking funding TME UK advocacy on the networks behalf Partner: Stephen Clarke - Director Networking expertise and resources Support for network projects with a child focus VIVA Counter child trafficking networks globally Partner: Brian Wilkinson - COO
  • 20. International Partners Cambodia TIP network CHAB Connectivity with the rest of Asia DAI Learning Community Partner: Helen Sworn – Founder and CEO Eastern Europe TIP networkEUROPEAN Int. Evangelical Alliance TIP task team TME FREEDOMNETWORK Partner: Jennifer Broomhilde - CEO
  • 21. Coalition Partners ONE VISION ONE PURPOSE ONE WORK OF THE HAND GAUTENG NORTH WEST NORTHERN CAPENorth:TCTCNorth: Ladies of the Light NW Task TeamSouth:Gauteng Task Team WESTERN CAPE EASTERN CAPE KWA-ZULU NATALCTC Salvation Army network KZN Task Team (HPPB)Western Cape Task Team NGO coalition LIMPOPO/ SWAZILAND MPUMALANGA FREE STATE/ LESOTHO Lesotho: BDS
  • 22. Opening the doors to FREEDOM Work “For I am with you”
  • 23. Thank you,we look forward to partnering with you