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'I want to suggest forming a
small community-a place to
gather where there is a
large amount of migrants
working-so that you can
find a way to go through
the right channels
whenever you are
- Aung San Suu Kyi during her
visit to Thailand's largest
Burmese migrant population.
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Dear Members and Friends,
Greetings from GAATW International Secretariat.
We would like to express our sincere thanks to those who
sent in their responses from our last month's call. And to
GAATW members who responded to our short
questionnaire. We are sharing some examples of the work
carried out by members to prevent trafficking in persons
and increase awareness on safe migration.
The London Olympics is round the corner, so we thought of
sharing our recent publication again on sporting events and
trafficking entitled, 'What's the Cost of a Rumour? A guide
to sorting out the myths and the facts about sporting
events and trafficking'. We appreciate receiving your
responses, queries and comments on the publication.
Warm Regards,
GAATW International Secretariat
Below are some details of the work carried out by GAATW member organisations around the globe.
We thank all organisations for providing their input.
Federation of Women Lawyers in Kenya (FIDA Kenya), Kenya
FIDA Kenya undertakes educational forums with the law enforcement officers including
police/probation officers, chiefs and community watch groups (CWGs) using human rights based
approach. Law enforcement officers received trainings and create awareness at the community level

GAATW E-Bulletin [2012], May - 1/8