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30 November 2021

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This Do No Harm guide has been summarised to support frontline responders working with trafficked persons.

The Do No Harm principle requires any individual or organisation coming into direct contact with victims of trafficking including the justice sector, government and non-government service providers, development donor and implementing partners, academia, advocates and researchers, and the media to assess the potential for harm and provide alternatives to mitigate risks.

A summary of the Do No Harm Guide can be downloaded in Bahasa Indonesia, English, Khmer, Lao, Thai, and Vietnamese.

For further information, please contact info@aseanact.org