1. 1. To work with multiple stakeholders in understanding the issue of bonded labour system, its causes, effects, and supply chains of labour exploitation channels, oppression, discrimination, violence, coercion, harassment, and its impacts on the society through focussed awareness programs to end­ bonded labour system. 

  2. 2. To work with community and government in developing measures to identify child labour, bonded labour, forced labour with legal techniques (SOP & CSS) and cross-referencing with government directions and discussion for taking immediate steps in abolishing bonded labour system by releasing with release certificates. 

  3. 3. To work with government agencies for effective enforcement of legislations at all levels that shall eliminate bonded labour and human trafficking through increased accountability by adopting international standards and uniform procedures with relevant preventing measures.

  4. 4. To work with government organisations to enhance the capacity and knowledge of criminal justice practitioners to abolish bonded labour and combat human trafficking as well as protecting victims and their communities through successful legal-aid assistance in accordance with law.

  5. 5. To work with government authorities to develop and sustain effective strategies and social protection policies to abolish bonded labour system, eradicate forced labour, and address human trafficking with timeframe action.

  6. 6. To work with government departments and civil society organizations to develop assistance and support projects for victims of bonded labour, survivors of trafficking and vulnerable migrants, including women, children, and marginalised tribal labourers through promotion of alternative employments and create better opportunities for protection of their socio-economic rights.

  7. 7. To work with district administrations, civil society organisations and with peoples’ associations with good cooperation for exchanging information with law enforcement units on identification, investigation, rescue, rehabilitation, and prosecution of offences to end bonded labour / human trafficking crime through victim-centric legislations for preventive aspect.

  8. 8. To work with community and government for establishing social security – by promoting employment guarantee, reducing vulnerability, fighting poverty, supporting labour rights, building healthy relationship between employer-employee, enhancing bargaining skills, reducing economic and social risks, attaining welfare schemes, and achieving dignity with sustainable social change in the society.

  9. 9. To work with government institutions and with state/national/international monitoring agencies for regular review on the outcomes of enforcement of labour legislations, social protection policies through periodical survey, inspection, monitoring, budget allocations, prevalence of the crime, constant response to the crime, living standard of the victims and examine the approach of the enforcement authorities.