Audio - The Vienna Forum 13-15 February 2008

 

Speeches

Plenary Opening Session

Antonio Maria Costa Welcome Speech by Mr. Antonio Maria Costa, Executive Director UNODC

Speech by Mr. Antonio Maria Costa, Executive Director UNODC - Opening Session ( Speech in written form)

Ursula Plassnik Speech by Ursula Plassnik, Minister for European and International Affairs of the Republic of Austria ( Speech in written form)

Ricky Martin Speech by Ricky Martin, Singer & Musician, President & Founder of Ricky Martin Foundation ( Speech in written form)

Emma Thompson Speech by Emma Thompson, Actress and Chair of the Helen Bamber Foundation

Speech by Nancy Dube, ICMEC, USA

Closing Session

Dan Henkle Speech by Dan Henkle, Sr. Vice President, GAP

Speech by Adrian Wilkinson, SEESAC, UK

Helga Konrad Speech by Dr. Helga Konrad, International Consultant on Combating Trafficking in Human Beings ( Speech in written form)

Renuka Chowdhury Summary of the Chair Enuka Chowdhury ( Speech in written form)

Antonio Maria Costa

Speech by Mr. Antonio Maria Costa, Executive Director UNODC - Conclusion of the Vienna Forum ( Speech in written form)

Interviews

Emma Thompson Emma Thompson - about "The Journey" 1

Emma Thompson - about "The Journey" 2

Emma Thompson - about "The Journey" 3

Troels Vester Troels Vester - Crime Prevention Expert, Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, UNODC

Troels Vester - What exactly is human trafficking?

Troels Vester - How does it differ from people smuggling?

Troels Vester - Are there any figures about the scope of this crime?

Troels Vester - Is it happening all over the world?

Troels Vester - How essential is international cooperation in the fight against human trafficking?

Eva Kaufmann Eva Kaufmann of LEFÖ speaks to Louise Potterton

Shadrack Haruna, Head of the Legal and Prosecution Department at Nigeria's NAPTIP

P. M. Nair P. M. Nair, Project Coordinator IND/S16 - Bollywood and Human Trafficking - Hindi Version

Dr. Mohamed Mattar, Executive Director, Protection Project - The Protection Project is a human rights research institute based at the Foreign Policy Institute at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, DC. One role of the institute is to research and document the global scope of the problem of human trafficking.

Jeffrey Avina, UNODC Vienna - Participant on Kampala Regional Event

Eric Wainaina, UNODC Advocate - Participant on Kampala Regional Event

Mohamed Mattar Muhammad Babandede, NAPTIP Nigeria - Participant on Kampala Regional Event

Richard Danziger, IOM Geneva - Participant on Kampala Regional Event

Tal Raviv, IOM Nairobi - Participant on Kampala Regional Event

Karolina Gudmundsson, UNODC Nairobi - Participant on Kampala Regional Event

Jonathan Martens, Migration Management Services Department at the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Geneva.

Eva Biaudet, OSCE Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Human Trafficking.

Roger Plant Roger Plant, head of the Special Action Programme to Combat Forced Labour at the ILO

Silke Albert Silke Albert, Expert Anti-Human Trafficking Unit ( UNODC) - Who are the victims of human trafficking?

Silke Albert, Expert Anti-Human Trafficking Unit ( UNODC) - Why do we hear little about male victims of trafficking?

Silke Albert, Expert Anti-Human Trafficking Unit ( UNODC) - How do traffickers convince victims to leave their towns or countries?

Silke Albert, Expert Anti-Human Trafficking Unit ( UNODC) - How do traffickers deceive victims?

Silke Albert, Expert Anti-Human Trafficking Unit ( UNODC) - What are victims of human trafficking forced to do?

Kristiina Kangaspunta Kristiina Kangaspunta, Chief Anti-Human Trafficking Unit ( UNODC) - Which laws are in place to deal with human trafficking?

Kristiina Kangaspunta, Chief Anti-Human Trafficking Unit ( UNODC) - Is it a difficult crime to prosecute?

Kristiina Kangaspunta, Chief Anti-Human Trafficking Unit ( UNODC) - So why are victims often reluctant to cooperate with the authorities

Kristiina Kangaspunta, Chief Anti-Human Trafficking Unit ( UNODC) - If victims are rescued, what happens to them?

Kristiina Kangaspunta, Chief Anti-Human Trafficking Unit ( UNODC) - What is UNODC doing to fight this crime?

Rikka Puttonen Riikka Puttonen, Crime Prevention Officer, Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, ( UNODC) - Which laws are in place to deal with human trafficking?

Riikka Puttonen, Crime Prevention Officer, Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, ( UNODC) - Is it a difficult crime to prosecute?

Riikka Puttonen, Crime Prevention Officer, Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, ( UNODC) - So why are victims often reluctant to cooperate with the authorities?

Riikka Puttonen, Crime Prevention Officer, Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, ( UNODC) - If victims are rescued, what happens to them?

Riikka Puttonen, Crime Prevention Officer, Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, ( UNODC) - What is UNODC doing to fight this crime?