Emarine Kharbhih Program Manager
Emarine Kharbhih is the Program Manager of Impulse NGO Network, her work consists of scaling Impulse Model to neighboring countries like Nepal, Bangladesh and Myanmar and creating partnerships with stakeholders such as Governments, CSOs, Law Enforcement Agencies, Lawyers, Service Providers for Rehabilitation, Reintegration especially for cross border human trafficking cases. She engages with stakeholders at many levels in terms of organizing trainings to sensitize them through training of Media persons, law enforcement agencies, lawyers, NGOs and bridges the gap between them for smooth communication and proper assistance to trafficked persons and survivors.
Emarine Kharbhih represented Asia in International Youth Advisory Congress (IYAC) CEOP, London to formulate Policies and Key Recommendations on Online Safety and Security for Youth and Cyber Crimes for the United Nations Organisation.
In 2015, Emarine was involved in documenting Urgent Appeal on Human Rights Violations in India for India Desk at Asian Human Rights Commission in Hong Kong. During that time, she has also published a Critique on the Juvenile Justice Amendment Act 2015 and the Status of Women on Marital Rape in India, 2016.
She represented India in London, in a trip supported by the British High Commission in New Delhi, to participate in the Capacity Building of High Level Stakeholders in Using Information Technology, to Effectively Combat Human Trafficking in North East India under Impulse Model. She also participated in the Indian Delegates of the Cross Border Exposure and Learning Trip to Myanmar and Thailand under Impulse Model.
She is an Acumen India Fellow and G P Birla Fellowship for Women Leaders of Ananta Aspen Centre.