It takes a Network to End Child Trafficking
Welcome to the seminar It takes a Network to End Child Trafficking – From grass root involvement to global advocacy
Are you and your organisation working for children’s rights? Then you know how vulnerable children are to trafficking. Trafficking is a global industry mainly targeting women and children.
There are many initiatives tackling trafficking on a grassroot-level. But this is not enough. So how do we move from grassroot involvement to global advocacy?
Child trafficking is all about networks. That’s why the anti-trafficking movement needs a networked solution. This seminar is an opportunity to learn more and join networks already in place.
Together with our member organisation Eriks we are pleased to announce Dr Helen Sworn as key speaker at this seminar. She has over 20 years of experience from working against trafficking in Cambodia and is the founder and director of CHAB DAI – a coalition of 50 organisations working to end trafficking. She currently heads up the Global Learning Community – working with over 100 anti-trafficking stakeholders from more than 20 countries. Eriks (Erikshjälpen) is one of them.
We are also pleased to announce that the Swedish ambassador against human trafficking Mr Per-Anders Sunesson will take part in the seminar.
The event starts at 14:30 and ends at 16:00.
RSVP: By e-mail to email@example.com by August 27th so that we can provide enough refreshments.