Retour en images sur la conférence sur la traite, avec le sociologue italien Leonardo Palmisano.
Every day items are made possible through supply chains that may enslave men, women and children. They are working for YOU. Understand your personal slavery footprint and what you can do today to reduce it.
NEW on our Equality Blog : Arron Mc Cardle on the Ciné ONU screening of The Workers Cup in Luxembourg
La table ronde partira de la présentation du livre-enquête “afia Caporale” de Leonardo Palmisano, écrivain et sociologue, qui étudie depuis des années l’amalgame entre l’exploitation illégale du travail et la criminalité organisée.
Inside the labor camps of Qatar, African and Asian migrant workers building the facilities of the 2022 World Cup compete in a football tournament of their own
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.
Our combined talent, expertise, passion and commitment have made the CINE ONU / Time For Equality screening of SOLD a successful awareness-raising event. We have received many positive comments and reactions and it is all because of you – the audience and our contributors: THANK YOU!
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.
In its report on Italy, GRETA is concerned by the lack of a national anti-trafficking action plan and urges the Italian authorities to do more to increase public awareness and discourage demand as a root cause of trafficking.