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Asia Region Anti-Trafficking Conference


A space to be a learning community together.

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Asia Region Anti-Trafficking Conference


A space to be a learning community together.

 

february 25 - 28 2019 

Bangkok, Thailand

 

As we are still in the process of selecting speakers and topics, we wanted to reach out and collect your initial thoughts. It is our goal for this conference to be beneficial to as many organizations as possible. To do so, we want to ask a few questions that we hope you have time to answer. This will help us prepare the most relevant topics and best conference experience for you. Please take some time to fill out our survey here: 


Reminder: 

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The conference is structured to create a learning community where participants can actively engage with and learn from one another. We aim to create a space for connections and partnership to occur organically and intentionally.

The main topics for the conference have been developed through your feedback upon registration. The topics cover areas in which you wished to learn and dialogue with others and share your experiences and learning. This will be facilitated in breakout sessions of the conference.

In addition, evenings are free for you to make appointments to have dinner and conversation with people more informally. There is also space for additional conversation streams to be added into the program.

 

As a result of great networking opportunities from the ARAT Conference last Fall, Global Family Care Network had connected with several organizations based in Cambodia. When invited to visit Cambodia to demonstrate our children’s club program, we decided to pursue expansion opportunities to translate our curriculum into Khmer in 2018! In no time, we found the right potential Cambodian partners, who in turn, will be visiting Thailand to see the clubs’ impact here. These conversations all started at ARAT, and it’s great to see how willing and open we all can be to share our resources, experience and help each other in the future.
— Jenna Hudlow, Global Family Care Network
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