Trafficking in Persons
New law on the books: Women Judges provide Leadership on Trafficking in Persons in Haiti – Training in Petit-Goâve
Petit-Goâve, Haiti | Our project on Combating Human Trafficking in Haiti conducted justice sector training on combating trafficking in persons in Petit-Goâve. The training focused on identification of TIP cases and improved coordination between Judges, Prosecutors, Police, and Social Workers in Haiti.
Women Judges working together to combat trafficking in persons Trafficking in persons (TIP) is a global issue affecting the most vulnerable peoples in our communities. Due to the broad reach of this crime, it is necessary for local, national, and international actors to come together and work on all different levels to address this problem. When working in tandem, governments and civil society
The Pontifical Academy of Sciences will host the Summit of Women Judges and Prosecutors on Human Trafficking and Organized Crime on 09-10 November 2017 at Casino Pio IV in Vatican City. A number of IAWJ judges, including IAWJ President Dr. Susana Medina, will be participating in the program. The two day program is set to address the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal, Goal