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Seasons of Creation 2020 is nearly here!

The concept of climate migrants and the nexus between climate change and human trafficking continues to gain traction as increasingly, millions of people displaced due to climate change, fall victim...

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Launch of online training framework- identification, care and support of victims and survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking.

The Centre for the Study of Modern Slavery, St. Mary’s Twickenham, UK, invites attendance at the launch of a training framework for the identification, care and support of victims and survivors...

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Conversations among women of faith, on human dignity, freedom and care.

On Monday 31 August 2020, Talitha Kum host an online webinar ”Conversations among women of faith- on human dignity, freedom and care.” The webinar will be in English with translation...

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Universal ratification of ILO Convention No. 182 on Worst Forms of Child Labour.

Formally known as Convention No. 182, the treaty, adopted two decades ago, achieved universal ratification on Tuesday, 4 August 2020, making it the most rapidly ratified Convention in the UN agency’s...

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UN Women @ 10 Online Book Section

Submissions are now open!

To mark UN Women’s 10th anniversary, civil society is leading the development of an online book for UN@75, titled Thank You, United Nations. We are expanding the book and adding...

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Presentation of Findings of the ODIHR and UN Women Policy Survey Report and Recommendations.

Many of you will have participated in the UN Women and ODIHR webinar “Presentation of Findings of the ODIHR and UN Women Policy Survey Report and Recommendations ‘Addressing Emerging Human...

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STOP Trafficking Newsletter August 2020.

This month’s Newsletter offers a retrospective on the past two decades of the TIP Report (Trafficking in Person’s Report). From its initial report in July 2001, which covered 82 country...

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Professor Siobhan Mullally appointed as UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons.

Congratulations to Professor Siobhán Mullally, Director of the Irish Centre for Human Rights at NUI Galway, Ireland, on her appointment as UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons, especially women...

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‘Shattered Lives’ – a true to life scenario.

Eilis Coe, rsc, is the author of other works of fiction 'Stella,' 'Nyambura' and 'Ironheart.'

“Shattered” is a new story written by Eilís Coe, rsc, based on her years of experience of working to combat human trafficking. While the characters are fictitious, the scenario is...

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RUHAMA Newsletter- Summer 2020

It has been another busy few months for Ruhama service users and staff! Some current & former service users have been on the frontline of the battle against Covid19  –...

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