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37. Trafficking - a call for a globally organised response Passed

Thursday November 15, 2018 16:30 - 17:30 T5

Lecturers: Marianne Stattin Lundin, Nadia Jung, Per-Anders Sunesson

Trafficking is a gigantic global problem. Human trafficking is one of the trades with the largest global turnover together with trade in drugs and trade in arms. Trafficking is also an extremely well organised trade where people are being transported between countries and continents to make it more difficult to trace the people who have been abducted. To counter this highly professional criminal networking, there is need for a coordinated and global response. In this seminar you will listen to people who are involved in fighting human trafficking from different angles; Government, international development cooperation and local civil society.

Organizer

Erikshjälpen

Tags

Nätet, Barn, Kvinnor, Mänskliga rättigheter, Mänsklig säkerhet, Våld mot barn

Form

Seminarium

Prioriterade målgrupper

Studenter vid högskola/universitet, Civilsamhälle, Tjänstepersoner vid statliga myndigheter/departement

Language

English

Sign language interpretation

Nej/No

Lecturers

Marianne Stattin Lundin Lecturer

Programkoordinator för Sydostasien på Erikshjälpen. Mångårig erfarenhet av arbete i Kambodja och arbete mot trafficking

Nadia Jung Lecturer

Per-Anders Sunesson Lecturer

Utrikesdepartementet

Sveriges ambassadör mot människohandel