Agreement between NCW and RPF to stop human trafficking

NCW signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Railway Protection Force (RPF) towards combating human trafficking.

Recently, in an important step towards combating human trafficking, the National Commission for Women (NCW) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Railway Protection Force (RPF).

Agreement between NCW and RPF to combat human trafficking

  • Through this collaborative effort, both the organizations have resolved to provide training and sensitize RPF officers to effectively address the problems of women trafficking within the Indian Railways network.
  • This partnership between NCW and RPF marks an important step in their collective efforts to combat human trafficking and protect vulnerable women across India’s railway network.
  • This will boost the capacity of the RPF to combat crime against women. Under the MoU, RPF personnel will receive continuous sensitization and training, empowering them to be alert and vigilant in identifying and reporting suspicious activities.

Objective:

  • To make collaborative efforts to stop human trafficking and rescue women victims of trafficking.
  • To raise awareness about incidents of human trafficking.

National Women Commission

  • Established – January 1992
  • It is a statutory body.
  • Its objective is to represent women’s rights in India and provide expression to their issues and concerns.

FAQs

With whom did the National Commission for Women (NCW) sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to prevent human trafficking?

With Railway Protection Force (RPF).

When was the National Commission for Women established?

1992

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