The Red Rope Movement has been working efficiently since it began its work in 2019. Red Rope has been working consistently with different stakeholders like the Government,NGOs and communities to build their capacity in ending trafficking and other human rights issues. We appreciate Red Rope in collaborating with Justice and Hope to provide a “Rights Based Community Interventions (RBCI)” training program for NGOs/ grassroots workers from September 2020 to November 2020.
This was my first ever adventure with a group of young people with the leader being highly active and focused. We started the journey with a ceremonial take off where most of the local cyclists from Hyderabad Cyclist Group pedalled with us from Suchitra, Hyderabad. The motive was to create awareness on Human trafficking and its influential factors, however the journey was very exciting yet challenging. A joy to meet with many local schools, colleges and hostels & professional colleges, their response & interaction was unbelievably good, fruitful and positive. They were eager to inculcate certain safety measures, policies and commitments to make changes, to be alert and alert the officials if need be, the other interesting commitment by the students is to help in sharing their learning with many more people and friends of their community. We educated them through skits, discussions, starting with an Ice-breaker. We also distributed educational materials to schools and residentials to be displayed as a reminder.
Overall it was a great success with 100% cooperation from students, the faculties and local NGOs.
– Dorothy Sayee