Chab Dai

Abolising slavery one legal conviction at a time

Abolishing slavery one legal conviction at a time.

The Global Slavery Index estimates that approximately 40.3 million people are trapped in modern-day slavery today, including 261,000 people in Cambodia. Human trafficking is now one of the fastest-growing crimes in the world.
Women, men and children are trafficked within Cambodia and across borders. Common forms of slavery in Cambodia are sexual exploitation, domestic servitude, forced labour, and child begging.

Over the past seven years, International Needs New Zealand have partnered with an effective non-profit organisation in Cambodia called Chab Dai. Chab Dai is a legal firm fighting to abolish slavery by prosecuting suspected traffickers. Funds raised for Chab Dai are used to employ lawyers and to support people in bringing suspected traffickers to justice. Chab Dai has also formed a Cambodian Coalition with 51 national and international organisations working on the frontlines to abolish slavery. Together they are raising the standard of care for victims, survivors and those at risk of exploitation.

“We seek to end all forms of abuse and modern slavery globally by building a movement to empower communities, to strengthen systems, and to restore justice and wellbeing with survivors”-Chab Dai.
Annually we committed to raising $30,000 to help and equip the work of Chab Dai.

Can you help break the chains of injustice and bring freedom to victims in Cambodia?
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BNZ Tauranga Branch, account number 02-0432-0234652-000. Reference: "Chab dai"

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