1st National Virtual Conference on Care and Protection of Victims of Trafficking
The Conference marks a significant milestone in our partnership with the Government in combating trafficking and in ensuring protection for the victims.
Held virtually over 2 days, the conference saw participation from international and local government as well as non-government bodies.Read PDF
Ethics and Policies
Global Shepherds does not condone abuse, harassment or discrimination of any kind.
We uphold a strong code of ethics in our workplace.
We practice zero tolerance towards sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse.
We endeavour to create and maintain safe environments for the women and children in the communities we work with.
Code of Conduct & Ethics for Employees
Code of Conduct & Ethics for Volunteers
Child Safeguarding & Protection Policy
Protection from Sexual Harrassment Exploitation & Abuse
A review of Rights Realisation by Girls in Asia Pacific
A Good Shepherd Practitioner Understanding of Girls Rights' Attainment.
Good Shepherd units in Asia Pacific launched their research document on Girls Rights’ Attainment on 31st July, coinciding with the birthday of our Mother Foundress, St. Mary Euphrasia. The launch was hosted and presented by the girl children of Asia Pacific, namely India, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Myanmar and Indonesia.Read PDF
2021 Trafficking in Persons Report
Latest report on Trafficking in Persons released by US State Department. The TIP report assesses government efforts around the world in combatting human trafficking. This year highlights the activities of trafficking within the context of the Covid-19 pandemic and stresses the importance of trauma-informed approach. For the first time, it also warns of the dangers of systemic racism and its connection with human trafficking.
Read the report here tip_report_final_20210701.pdfRead PDF
2020 Trafficking in Persons Report
The Malaysian government is making significant efforts to reduce human trafficking, although enforcement is still not stringent enough.Read PDF
MAPO-JHAMS 1st National Conference on Anti-Trafficking in Persons 2019
The inaugural conference on human trafficking was jointly organized by MAPO (National Council on Anti-Trafficking in Persons and Anti-Smuggling of Migrants) and JHAMS (Joining Hands Against Modern Slavery), which is a network of Malaysian civil society organisations (CSO) whose works and portfolios are related to eliminating trafficking in persons in the country.
The theme of the 1st National Conference was “End Human Trafficking: It Starts With Us”.Read PDF
Trafficking in Persons Report - 2019
Each instance of human trafficking takes a common toll; each crime is an affront to the basic ideals of human dignity, inflicting grievous harm on individuals, as well as on their families and communities.Read PDF