Frontline responders play a key role in combatting trafficking and supporting victims of human trafficking. They are often the first contact point for victims of trafficking during the identification process. They also support the protection, health, shelter and long-term recovery and rehabilitation needs of the victims. Frontline responders and support persons play an important role in upholding the rights of victims of trafficking.
This animation provides an overview of the ASEAN Do No Harm for Frontline Responders:
ACWC representative to Indonesia H.E. Sri Danti Anwar explains the Do No Harm approach:
For more information, download the ASEAN Do No Harm guide for Frontline Responders.