5.1 Launching Sticker Campaign on anti-child labour
To stop child labour sticker campaign was launched at hotel Ashoka on dated 23rd may 2013. It was jointly organised by BKS, JSCPCR and save the children. The campaign was jointly launched by Shri Vinod Kumar, member NCPCR, New Delhi, Shri Asim Srivastava, member secretary NCPCR and Shri Sanjay Kumar Mishra, member SCPCR. The purpose was to spread the mass awareness on anti-child labour.
5.2 Survivors conference
A two days regional level survivor’s conference was organized on June 7th & 8th 2013 at State institute of Rural Development, Ranchi organized by ATSEC Jharkhand Chapter and Save the Children. The purpose was to share the experiences of survivors of trafficking, to understand the problems faced, pre and post rescue to develop an action plan for the survivor’s forum identifying roles of NGOs and the government.
“I had run away from New Delhi from the place where I worked. In 2004 I was brought to Ranchi in the pretext of buying clothes by lady. She left me in a place where I was locked in a bathroom. The man who hired me was strange I was given food once in a day. My employers used to thrash me if I tried to speak out. I wanted to end my life. One day I got the opportunity to flee and as I had no money so I travelled in the bathroom of the train that took me to Ranchi. Once I got off the train I kept sitting for some time at a temple and urged the passers-by to help me reach my village. They helped me reach my village. I started working as a daily wage earner but could not save my ailing father. I continue to live in my native village and will never go back”.
5.3 RUN AGAINST CHILD LABOUR
Around 2000 children participated in Run against child labour on 12th June ’13 to raise a strong voice against child labour. Shri K. Vijay kumar, Advisor to the Governor of Jharkhand, flagged off the run against child labour. All the participants pledge to abolish child labour from Jharkhand. It was organized by in collaboration with SCPCR, Plan India, World Vision, Cry, ATSEC, save the children &Bhartiya kisan Sangh (BKS).
5.4 STATE LEVEL TRAINING ON POSCO ACT.2012
One day state level training of POCSO act (2012) was organised by BKS in collaboration with department of social Welfare (WCD) Govt. of Jharkhand, JSCPCR and save The Children on dated 5th August 2013, where police officials-SP, in charge mahila thana and in charge mahila thana and in charge of AHTUs, members of CWC of all district and NGO representative participated. DGP Rajeev Kumar was present as chief guest and Smt. Mridula Sinha Principal Secretary Social Welfare, Smt. Rup Laxmi Munda Chairperson JSCPCR, ADG K.S. Meena and IG M.S. Bhatia were present as special guests. The objective of the training was to implement the POSCO act and make them aware about the act which ensures justice for minor victims of sexual abuse.
5.5 Police CPC Interface:
Interface between police and CPC was organised by BKS at Kishori Niketan on 31st of Jan,2014. The objective was to capacitate the CPC to put up the cases before police and the problem faced by community while filling an FIR. Solutions were given by police and made them aware about the legal provisions. The dignitaries present were Shri Sanjay Kumar Mishra, Member Hansda, SPM save the children Jharkhand, Shri Radha Kishore,DSP khelari. The program was supported by save the children
5.6 one day district level workshop on ICPS
District level Workshop on Integrated Child Protection Child Scheme (ICPS) was organized on 22nd of February, 2014 at Khunti. District Police Officials, AHTU members, CWC and DCPU participated in Workshop. Scheme under ICPS was discussed and shared.
5.7 Jan Samvad
One day district level “Jan Samvad” was organized by BKS at Khunti district on 27th august 2013. People came forward and spoke about the pain they go through when their child is trafficked and the huge nexus of traffickers who lure these girls to Delhi. Also the villagers came with many other cases like Child labour, Migration, MGNREGA, nonfunctional of AWC, old age Pension, Disability certificates and many more. Total 32 cases were brought in the Jan Samvad. Dr Yogesh Dubey Member NCPCR was present as chief guest. Other special guest were Mr. Sanjay Kumar Mishra, Member JSCPCR, SP Khunti DC Khunti and other officials of different department. Mr. Mahadev Hansda was also present in the meeting. The program was supported by save the children and BBC media Action.
Awareness campaign on Anti Human Trafficking
Awareness Campaign on Human trafficking was organized by BKS through street play giving the message on trafficking and make people understand and realize about the issue of child labour and human trafficking.