Autumn Burris, Founder/Director of Survivors for Solutions, Writes to Amnesty International about Decriminalization/Legalization of ProstitutionAuthors: Autumn Burris
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Authors: CATW International
We congratulate Google for their corporate responsibility in addressing the promotion of ads that could lead to human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation, especially of women and girls. For more information, please click here. Read More...
Authors: Taina Bien-Aimé, CATW International
While authoring Les Misérables, the celebrated Victor Hugo wrote in 1862 that despite affirmations slavery had vanished from European civilization, it still existed -- as prostitution imposed on women. In December 2013, the French Assembly finally heeded its lionized sage and overwhelmingly passed a bill imposing stiff fines on sex buyer... Read More...
Authors: Anton Popic
http://www.fokuskvinner.no/no/Nyheter/2013/Impunity-as-the-norm/ Participants at CSW from southern Africa to Latin America, from east Asia to Northern Europe, agree that impunity for violent crimes against women appears to be the norm. According to Theresa Ulloa, the director of the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women in Latin America and the... Read More...
CATW invites you to attend our panels at the CSW 57 on March 6th and 7th in New York City. Full details are available on the attached flyer. Read More...
Authors: FOKUS, CATW, EWL, MNATW, and ROSA
To read this statement in Arabic, French and Spanish please download attachment above.In 2000, the Conference of the Parties to the UN Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime adopted the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women, often referred to as the Palermo Protocol. In its report on the review ... Read More...
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