The followings are the major activities/program and campaigns in national and international level carried out by ATTWIN in last ten years.

1997:

  1. AATWIN was formally established on 6th June 1997.
  2. The first coordinator of the network became Women Rehabilitation Center (WOREC)
  3. Decision of shifting the secretariat to the member organizations in each year. 
  4.  Initiation of "Women in Black" 
  5.  Press meet on the contemporary issue of human trafficking.

1998:

  1. In order to create pressure for the conceptual clarity on the issue, letter writing to the head of the government and the head of the states in the SAARC level  
  2. Women in Black program was extended to the district level
  3. With the joint effort of AATWIN and Shakti Samuha, psoter was published
  4. Lobbying for SAARC Convention on the trafficking issue. 

1999

  1. In order to create pressure and encourage the head of the states in the SAARC level, letter writing campaign was launched.
  2. In order to include the men in the silent protest, the name of the "women in black" was changed into "people in black"
  3. A survey was done to assess the effect of "women in black" program
  4. Conceptual clarity workshops in different levels.
  5. National workshop on SAARC Convention on trafficking and submission of the outcome of the workshop to the SAARC Secretariat and  concerned ministry
  6. On the occasion of the "Violence Against Women Day", an interaction on "Family violence and victims"

2000

  1. Provision of shifting the secretariat in each year was changed and decided for two years
  2. "People in Black" program was made bimonthly rather than monthly
  3. In the beginning there was no provision for seeking donors for money but from 2000, it was decided that network could seek the grant from the like minded partners only for the movement and the secretariat. 
  4.  Half yearly magazine "Osar Pasar " was initiated
  5. AATWIN conception on the issue of trafficking was made lobbying through UN Rapporture ????
  6. Second SAARC People's Forum was organized in Kathmandu with the coordination of AATWIN

2001:

  1. Discussion on SAARC Bill and its outcome was handed over to the concerned agencies.
  2. Nomination of Mahila Aatma Nirvarta Kendra, Sindhupalchok (MANK) as the coordinator organization of AATWIN.
  3. AATWIN Secretariat was established separately.
  4. A number of conceptual clarity workshops in different level.
  5. SAARC People's Forum follow-up meeting in Kathmandu.
  6. Signature campaign, lobbying and advocacy in order to create pressure to reflect the rights based approach in the forthcoming SAARC convention on tracking in women and children.
  7. Press conference, letter writing to the heads of the governments in the SAARC Region.

2002:

  1. Lobbying and information collection on the Act on Jiu Masne Bechne
  2. Lobbying to parliamentarians on the act
  3. Conceptual clarity workshops in different levels

2003:

  1. Evaluation of five years of AATWIN, annual assessment and suggession collection for the plan of action.
  2. Nomination of INSEC as the coordinator organization of AATWIN.
  3. Conceptual clarity workshops in different levels.
  4. Co-organizer of  public hearing on trafficking in women and HIV/Aids held in Bangladesh.
  5. Organized press meetings.
  6. Publication of Osar Pasar.
  7. Report publication of the Second People's Forum
  8. Press release on AATWIN's Concept on women court, Wizard and SAARC Convention
  9. National Workshop on "Trafficking in Women and Children: The Relevance of Optional Protocol".

2004:

  1. Involvement in South Asian campaign against all kinds of violence against women "We Can" and organized Women Court.
  2. Establishment of Resource Center and recruitment of more staff members.
  3. Formal registration AATWIN and governmental recognition.
  4. Establishment of website
  5. Regional and district level conceptual clarity workshop
  6. District level seminars regarding the "women court".

2005:

  1. Nomination of Nari Sip Srijana Kendra (WOSCC) as the coordinator organization of AATWIN.
  2. Regional level workshops on "New dimensions on trafficking in women and children"
  3. District level workshops on "Human Rights Perspectives on Human Trafficking".
  4. Signature Collection Campaign against the violence against women during the 16 days activism (25 November to 10 December)
  5. Publication of Osarpasar, Poster, Brochure and Wall calendar. 
  6.  Production of PSA on the trafficking on women and aired from the 16 FMs from different parts of the country.
  7. Partnership in Coexisting program in Radio Sagarmatha
  8. Financial collection upon providing the news clippings on the issue to Equal Access.
  9. Increment of AATWIN member organizations.
  10. Suvakamana programs on the occasion of, Dasain and New year and awareness campaign during the Teej
  11. Renewing of AATWIN, registration in PAN. 
  12.  Participation in fourth People's Forum in Bangladesh
  13. Participation in South Asian Convention in Srilanka on violence against women " We Can" campaign

2006:

  1. Solidarity and support in Mass movement part II
  2. Research on "The Social and Gender Dimensions of the Impact of Nepalese Citizenship Policies on Lives of Women" and its publication with the name of "In Search of Identity"
  3. Resume of "People in Black" after the success of the people's movement.
  4. Regional workshops on violence against women
  5. Suvakamana programs on the occasion of, Dasain and New year and awareness campaign during the Teej
  6. Second general assembly was organized and the past coordinators were recognized awarding with letter of appreciation.
  7. Organizing national workshop on "Possible measures against the trafficking in women and children in the changing context" jointly with WOREC in the presence of the officials of national task force..
  8. Organizing national workshop on "States' responsibility in minimizing the trafficking in women and children in the changing context" jointly with WOREC, Ministry of Local Development, Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare in the presence of the officials of district task force..
  9. Regional workshops on violation against women.
  10. Expanding of the network in the regional and district level.