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Samrakshak Samuha Nepal (SASANE) was established in 2008 by former female victims of human trafficking on the principle that survivors can create social change to eradicate human trafficking and reintegrate human trafficking survivors into society as respected members of the community and to increase women’s access to justice and achieve systematic change within the legal system.
SASANE has adopted a rights-based approach to break cycles of exploitation and rich victimization and address the conditions facilitating the recent increase in human trafficking and the explosive growth of Nepal’s night entertainment sector. SASANE’s innovative strategy of social change consults with and engages trafficking survivors in anti-trafficking activities to simultaneously transform the lives of other victims and tackle systematic inequality, exploitation and injustice.
SASANE’s mission is to end the physical and sexual exploitation of women and girls, ensure their legal rights, and empower them to live free and dignified lives. This will be done through increasing women’s access to justice, concluding in the ultimate goal of ending human trafficking in Nepal and the eventual reintegration of society and their communities.
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