viernes, 23 de septiembre de 2011

La prostitución y la trata con fines de explotación sexual de las experiencias internacionales y húngaros, los retos y oportunidades para la acción

European Youth Centre Budapest (1024 Budapest, Zivatar u. 1-3.)
La conferencia se ocupará de los aspectos de género de la Unión Europea contra la trata de política y se centrará en las experiencias e iniciativas internacionales en materia de lucha contra la trata y la prostitución.
Organizado por:
  • Suecia, EE.UU. y las embajadas de Noruega en Budapest
  • Lobby Europeo de Mujeres
[Brussels, 08 September 2011] MONA Foundation for the Women of Hungary, member of the Hungarian Women’s Lobby, is organising a conference on prostitution and trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation on 23 September in Budapest. Sexual exploitation and trafficking to this end of primarily women and girls is occurring on a large scale within Hungary, while many Hungarian women and girls are trafficked out of Hungary to other countries in Europe such as the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria and Germany. Despite this, there is little in Hungary in the way of prevention, protection and prosecution.
This conference is aimed primarily at Hungarian decision-makers and professionals working with the issue and with victims/vulnerable persons and seeks to increase and improve efforts in Hungary in terms of combating the phenomena and assisting victims. The first half of the conference will be about European perspectives and experiences, while the second part will focus on the situation in Hungary and the role of the state.
EWL Policy Officer and Project Coordinator, Pierrette Pape, will speak at the conference, as will former EWL Secretary General and current EU Anti-Trafficking Coordinator, Myria Vassiliadou.
Please find below the programme and registration contact.

Prostitution and trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation: European and Hungarian experiences, challenges and opportunities for action

Please confirm your participation at the latest by September 16th Please note that the number of participants will be limited and registration is on a first come, first serve basis.
The conference is being organized with the support of the Swedish, U.S. and Norwegian Embassies in Budapest and the European Women’s Lobby.
English interpretation is provided during the conference.
You can read the programme in Hungarian here.
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