SISHA (South East Asia Investigations into Social and Humanitarian Activities) is a registered Australian not-for-profit organisation that strives to ensure justice and the protection of human rights for victims of human trafficking, bonded labour, physical and sexual assault and other forms of exploitation and oppression in South East Asia.
SISHA fights to ensure justice and the protection of human rights for victims of human trafficking, bonded labour, physical and sexual assault and other forms of exploitation & abuse in South-East Asia. Founded in 2007 by Steve Morrish, a former senior detective with eight years of experience from Australia’s Victoria Police Force. SISHA is now in its fifth year of operation, safeguarding the livelihoods of venerable men, women and children in South East Asia.
SISHA's mission is:
"To provide justice for victims of human trafficking and other forms of exploitation by strengthening the criminal justice system, and victim, social and legal support services throughout Asia."
SISHA's vision is:
"A world where everyone can live free from oppression and abuse"
We Work in Five Areas:
Results to date:
Over 600 rescued and assisted victims of human trafficking, sexual explotation, bonded labour and sexual assault
128 trafficking and exploitation offenders apprehended.
Educated 90 at-risk youth and 160 women from the slums of Phnom Penh and rural provinces throughout Cambodia on their legal rights
Increased the capacity of 480 National Police Officers from 9 provinces through the provision of training in such areas as criminal investigations, operational planning, interview techniques and evidences collection. We continue to fight for