Winter brings damp and cold weather conditions. One more struggle for survival for refugees refused shelter. You can help by donating winter boots and warm clothing (hats, gloves, warm socks, jackets, sweaters…).
A perfect answer to THE question which dominated the debate after the screening of Not My Life, the powerful film by Robert Bilheimer on human trafficking and contemporary slavery: “What can I do?”
(for the English text click here) Les Nations Unies et Time For Equality présentent NOT MY LIFE un film
“Human traffickers are earning billions of dollars on the backs and in the beds of our children and yet no one knows this is happening. We have a huge responsibility, right now, to learn the truth and act on it.” – Robert Bilheimer
Ciné Onu: 9 November at 7 pm: screening of “Cecilia” a film by Pankaj Johar, followed by an interactive panel discussion. To raise awareness of child trafficking and children’s rights.
The mosquito buzzing in the room is so tiny, so why is it so hard to fall asleep? Perhaps it is not time to sleep. The fact that as a society we have millions of women, men, children trafficked, exploited and trapped in slavery around the world is intolerable and unacceptable.
Modern slavery is all around us, even though most of us do not even realise it. 21 million women, men and children are trapped in slavery, three out of every 1,000 people worldwide. 4.5 million are victims of sexual exploitation.
Men and women are not and never will be the same, but they should have the same rights, says MEP Marc Tarabella, rapporteur.
The first Barometer on Diversity and Business in Luxembourg was launched at a press conference in December 2014 in the presence
Time for Equality is pleased to announce that we will be soon publishing extracts in French from “La giudice – Una donna in magistratura”…
Our main take away from this event is that it’s time for action, here and now, with the resources and the means that you have. There is no time to lose in waiting for the “right” moment or the ideal situation.
Child slavery today is at an all-time high. 26% of slaves today are children under 18 years, with some being as young as five. Forced to work for up to 18 hours a day, these children are sold at prices less than even that of cattle.