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Globalization and the illicit market for human trafficking: an empirical analysis of supply and demand
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June 25 - OSCE Alliance against Trafficking in Persons to host Stolen Lives, Stolen Money: The Price of Modern-Day Slavery conference
January 17 - The National Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation's Southwest Conference Against Trafficking
Stories on Nigeria
Nigeria launches anti-human trafficking campaign, appoints Goodwill Ambassadors
Oct 10 2012
The Government of Nigeria, jointly with UNODC and the European Union has launched a nationwide three-year anti-human trafficking campaign.
Na Wa Festival in Europe
Dec 09 2011
Na Wa Festival made its debut in Europe last week. There were multiple film screenings and discussions on the issue of human trafficking.
Let's Stand Tall
Nov 22 2011
Divas Dynasty is an organization based in Lagos that promotes the success and development of women. It recently held a seminar, Let's Stand Tall, to empower and educate young girls.
Na Wa Festival
Nov 17 2011
Originally launched in June in Nigeria, the Na Wa Festival is a human trafficking awareness festival that has now made its way to Europe.
Study visit to enhance cooperation
Nov 03 2011
The "Enhanced multi-stakeholder cooperation" project to address human trafficking from Nigeria to select European countries has completed the second major stakeholder workshop under the project in Belgium.
The NaWa Film Festival on Facebook
Jun 17 2011
The Na Wa Festival, organized by UN.GIFT, IOM and EXIT, has launched a Facebook group to offer up to date information on the film festival. The group also serves as a platform for participants to discuss issues on human trafficking and other information related to the many anti-trafficking activities now taking place in Nigeria.
Trailer available for the upcoming Na Wa Film Festival
Jun 09 2011
WATCH THE TRAILER: The Na Wa Film Festival,organized by UN.GIFT, IOM and the NGO EXIT, will bring to cinemas, cultural centres and churches in Nigeria a series of films and activities to raise awareness about human trafficking. Over the course of ten days, movie screenings, book readings, panel discussions and receptions will take place in the Nigerian cities of Abuja, Edo & Lagos.
NaWa: Human trafficking to hit cinemas in Nigeria
May 16 2011
The perils of human trafficking will take the big screen in Nigeria. In June, the NaWa Film Festival will bring to Nigerian audiences stories about the many dramas of those who fall victim of traffickers.
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