In 2014, governments across the globe committed to combat forced labour through a new international agreement, the ILO Forced Labour Protocol. With case studies from diverse regions and countries this issue features a mix of academic articles, a new ‘policy and practice’ section, as well as short debate pieces which respond to the question: Should we distinguish between forced labour, trafficking and slavery?
The call “Stop Feminicide” originally came from journalists, activists, artists and evolved into a collective campaign.
When and Where: 24 May, 9 AM, Conference Room M6, Vienna International Centre, Vienna For more Information, please see the Inviation (pdf, 148 KB) On two weekends in April and May, the Latin American Bazar in Vienna will take place: with latin rhythms, activities for kids, culinary specialities, craftwork and flee market!
Where: Piaristenkirche Maria Treu / 1080 Wien / Piaristengasse 45 / Entrance: Jodok-Fink-Platz When: Friday, 28.4. to Sunday, 7.5.2017 (Fr-Sa from 11.00-21.00 and Su from 11.00-17.00 Uhr) More Information on Facebook: Bazar Latino en Viena We are very excited: the proceeds of the flee market will be donated to LEFÖ!
More Information about the ai-resolution NSWP welcomes Amnesty International´s Policy on State Obligations to Respect, Protect, and Fulfill the Human Rights of Sex Workers: NSWP Statement (pdf, 102 KB) La Strada International welcomes Anmesty International´s policy on sex workers rigths and decriminalisation of sex work: LSI Statement (pdf, 121 KB) The goal of the study was to evaluate and monitor anti-trafficking initiatives from a survivor's perspective in Europe, Asia and Latin America.
We'd like to inform you about the currently published briefing papers of the study, which reflect on ethics and principals in the research with survivors (pdf, 357 KB).