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Georges Blanchard

Chief Executive Officer, Alliance Anti Trafic Founder

Alliance Anti Trafic

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Alliance Anti Trafic

Vietnam

Company Description

- AAT made the first official repatriations of Vietnamese cases from Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and Laos. AAT continues to coordinate actions with these countries and intervenes on a majority of official repatriations thanks to a unique direct cooperation w...more

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Employment History

S.E.A. Regional Technical Coordinator, Country Director Vietnam

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AAT

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Alliance Anti Trafic

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AAT founder – Alliance Anti Trafic Vietnam

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Georges Blanchard
AAT founder - Alliance Anti Trafic Vietnam Toggle navigation 1975: Georges Blanchard was 14 years old when he started to work for a house building company, living alone until he was 18, and residing in a brothel in Pigalle (Paris) predominantly occupied by Brazilian women and transvestites. Despite the absence of schooling followed as a child, it is as an adult that Georges attended schools to learn about social work, social center management and many other social qualifications during more than 10 years. This was possible thanks to the opportunity proposed by a social center in France (MJC-MPT) offering a rehabilitation program for persons stu resizeGeorges dying the job. Thus, Georges is a precursor qualified social worker, an educator with 11 years of studies in social work and structures management. He initiated several famous pilot activities that are considered as pioneering and efficient. In 1981, Georges was the representative of the French youth to the European Community in Strasbourg (European Center of Youth Club (Head office in Denmark)). At 25 years old, Georges received his 1st medal from the General of the 4 Military Division of the Army for his results in the development of relationships between the army and the nation. George also worked to rescue a village of 400 citizens and the social economic sector of a region through the development of tourism by the development of the natural potential. Since then, the youth do not leave the area to work in the cities. As of today, Georges is Giap+me Petit also the only French single male who was granted by the French Juvenile Court the official status of host family for orphans at 21 years old. In Vietnam, from 1992 where hebenefit of thecitizenship, Georges originated 4 projects that became famous models. Two for street children, one for a leprosarium and one on anti trafficking in the areas of empowerment, development, rehabilitation and reintegration. All of them permitted a change of mindset and the development of regulations. medail Having been working for a few years on street children projects in Vietnam, he started to investigate and make the first actions to protect them from sexual exploitation, although the authorities did not want to recognize the situation. the first project was initiated as early as 1995 by Georges. As early as 1998, Georges opened the first and only rehabilitation center for women victim of sexual exploitation, but it was impossible to publicly speak about it. In 1998, Georges designed the global project and established the expectations of the project.


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4 medals was approved by the Prime Minister (3 pour Georges Blanchard (fondateur d'AAT et directeur d'AAT Vietnam) et 1 pour M. Cao Minh Quyen, (former AAT project director).
medail2petit DSC06072 The first medal: 2007 Attributed to Georges Blanchard for his contribution to the development of Vietnam, particularly in the areas of law and the rights of children permitting to ensure their protection. Medal requested for Georges Blanchard by the Ministry of Demography, the Family and of the Children Protection. DSC00857 The second medal: 2010 Attributed to Georges Blanchard for his contribution to the development of Vietnam, particularly in the areas of law and the rights of women permitting to ensure their protection. Medal requested for Georges Blanchard by the National Women Union. The thirst medal: 20130620_100134~01 2013 Attributed to Georges Blanchard for his contribution to the Peace and friendship among nation. Medal requested for Georges Blanchard by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (VUFO).


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Among the attendants were Mr. Georges Blanchard, International Director of AAT; Mr. Cao Minh Quyen, AAT Vietnam's project director; Mr. Hapala Tapani, representative of FELM; Mr. Jonathan Hwang, representative of U.S. Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City; Mr. Mark Norton, representative of U.K. Embassy in Ha Noi; Mr. Phil Marshall, Project evaluation expert; the representatives of the Ho Chi Minh Union of Friendship Organisations (HUFO); the People's Aid Coordinating Committee (PACCOM); the Department of Social Vices Prevention (DSVP) under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA); the Police Department of Criminal Investigation (C45) under the Ministry of Public Security; Vietnam Women's Union (VWU) and Women's Union of Ho Chi Minh City and Can Tho.
Taking good notice of all the comments expressed, Mr. Georges Blanchard finished by thanking all attendants for their participation. In the morning of June 20th, Mr. Georges Blanchard, AAT's International Director was awarded the "MedalFor Peace and Friendship Among Nations" by the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO). This event was formally held at the Annual Meeting of the Ho Chi Minh City Union of Friendship Organizations (HUFO) in the presence of foreign NGOs. This medal rewards Mr. Georges Blanchard for his significant contribution to the development of Vietnam's society and community since 1993. This is the 3rd Medal received by AAT's International Director. In 2007, he received a first medal from the Chairman of the Committee for Population, Family and Children (CPFC) for his contribution to the development of children. In 2010, he received a second medal from the Women's Union to acknowledge his contribution to the development of women's situation in Vietnam.


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Among the attendants were Mr. Georges Blanchard, International Director of AAT; Mr. Cao Minh Quyen, AAT Vietnam's project director; Mr. Hapala Tapani, representative of FELM; Mr. Jonathan Hwang, representative of U.S. Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City; Mr. Mark Norton, representative of U.K. Embassy in Ha Noi; Mr. Phil Marshall, Project evaluation expert; the representatives of the Ho Chi Minh Union of Friendship Organisations (HUFO); the People's Aid Coordinating Committee (PACCOM); the Department of Social Vices Prevention (DSVP) under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA); the Police Department of Criminal Investigation (C45) under the Ministry of Public Security; Vietnam Women's Union (VWU) and Women's Union of Ho Chi Minh City and Can Tho.
Taking good notice of all the comments expressed, Mr. Georges Blanchard finished by thanking all attendants for their participation.


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Among the attendants were Mr. Georges Blanchard, International Director of AAT; Mr. Cao Minh Quyen, AAT Vietnam's project director; Mr. Hapala Tapani, representative of FELM; Mr. Jonathan Hwang, representative of U.S. [...]


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