Does banning prostitution make women safer?, Laura Agustín

'Most of what we think we know about sex trafficking is wrong', says Laura Agustín, who has spent 20 years investigating the sex industry. There is a proposal in the UK to clamp down on prostitution by criminalizing the purchase of sex. Why do you object? Millions of people around the world make a living selling sex, for many different reasons. The escorts at https://www.eroticmonkey.ch/ simply do it because it is their passion. What are they expected to do? This would take away … [Read more...]

Trafficking of children, Joy Ngozi Ezeilo

Special Rapporteur Joy Ngozi Ezeilo. UN Photo/Jean-Marc Ferré July 2013 – Trafficking of children and the issue of defining trafficking topped the agenda today at a first of its kind meeting between an independent United Nations human rights expert and a group of European practitioners working to end this form of modern-day slavery. Speaking at a special meeting organized in Strasbourg, France, by the Council of Europe's Groups of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings … [Read more...]

Japan Taking Action to combat illicit drugs and human trafficking

June 2013 – The United Nations and the Government of Japan today agreed to enhance regional cooperation to fight the trade of illicit narcotics and human trafficking, as well as terrorism and cyber crime in Africa and Southeast Asia. The Joint Action Plan of Action between the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Japan was signed at the Fifth Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD V), which concluded earlier today in Yokohama, Japan. “The United Nations Office … [Read more...]

Jamaica is Taking Action to stop Human Trafficking!

Jamaica reiterates its fight against human trafficking   The Government of Jamaica accords the highest level of political commitment to the fight against human trafficking and unequivocally denounces the scourge of Trafficking in Persons. Ms. Crystall Powell-Britton told the High-level meeting on the Appraisal of the Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons that Jamaica reaffirms its determination to prevent and combat trafficking in persons, protect and assist victims, … [Read more...]

The Blue Heart Campaign, New Initiatives around the World

Vienna, January 2013 - The Blue Heart Campaign has gained additional support with new initiatives around the world. Switzerland became the latest country to join the Campaign, and in Colombia and the Republic of Serbia, cinema and theatre have been used to generate awareness and serve as a stark warning to potential victims about false promises of a better life. On the European Day against Trafficking in Human Beings, 18 October 2012, Switzerland became the latest country to join the Blue … [Read more...]

WE’VE, ‘New’ grassroot women’s group that fight sex trafficking !

WE'VE got a problem: Human Trafficking In our 'human civilization', millions are enslaved as prostitutes Pimps kidnap, terrorize and rape 1,000,000 children every year They make billions of $ at the expense of destroying young lives WE'VE got to put a stop to it!   >>>> In KOREAN LANGUAGE   WE'VE got a plan: To stop sex business by stopping sex customers, human trafficking WE'VE got a goal: To keep sex within marriage by education and activism WE'VE got an … [Read more...]

INSPIRATIONAL WINDOW – Children are Gifts …

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GRAVE CHALLENGE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

RESOLUTION APPROVED BY THIRD COMMITTEE CALLS FOR HIGH-LEVEL GENERAL ASSEMBLY 'AGAINST GRAVE CHALLENGE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING' Also Hears Introduction of Texts on Eliminating Racism,Human Rights Council Report, International Drug Control The Third Committee (Social, Humanitarian and Cultural) today approved a draft resolution that would have the General Assembly hold a high-level meeting in 2013 to assess progress in the global community’s fight against the grave challenge of human … [Read more...]

Nigeria launches anti-human trafficking campaign

Nigeria launches anti-human trafficking campaign, as two Goodwill Ambassadors are named October 2012 - The Government of Nigeria, jointly with UNODC and the European Union, has launched a nationwide three-year anti-human trafficking campaign. Entitled "I am Priceless", the campaign is aimed at raising awareness about the reality, dangers and possible impact of irregular migration, as a consequence of either being smuggled or being a victim of trafficking in persons. UNODC also … [Read more...]

INSPIRATIONAL WINDOW – STOP Hurting our Children!

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