Posts Tagged ‘human trafficking’

The IAWJ Held a Webinar in French in Commemoration of the International Day against Trafficking in Persons

On July 30, 2020, the National Committee to Combat Trafficking in Persons (CNLTP), the Magistrates School of Haiti (EMA), the Haitian Chapter of the International Association of Women Judges (CHAIFEJ) and the International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ), through the support of the BEST program: “Building a Solid Environment to Eradicate Human Trafficking” (The Best program is funded by United States Agency for
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The IAWJ Held a Webinar in French in Commemoration of the International Day against Trafficking in Persons

The IAWJ Co-Hosted the Regional Conference on Human Trafficking in Latin America and the Caribbean

For the IAWJ’s Spanish-speaking members, the culmination of the month’s activities was a virtual regional conference on July 30 and 31, co-hosted by the Poder Judicial of the Dominican Republic, the Instituto de Estudios Judiciales of Chile, the Red Interamericana de Mujeres Profesionales por los Derechos Humanos, UNODC, AJURD, MACHI and the Fundación LIBERA. This year’s virtual conference ran for two half-days, with
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The IAWJ Co-Hosted the Regional Conference on Human Trafficking in Latin America and the Caribbean

Webinar in French – Recent Developments in Human Trafficking and Thoughts on the DOS TIP 2020 Report: Children in Domestic Service in Haiti

    Watch the video recording   The National Committee against Trafficking in Persons (CNLTP), the International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ), the Haitian Chapter of the IAWJ (CHAIFEJ) and the School of Magistracy of Haiti (EMA) organized a webinar to discuss current developments in human trafficking in Haiti and thoughts on the U.S. Department of State’s 2020 report on Trafficking in Persons
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Webinar in French – Recent Developments in Human Trafficking and Thoughts on the DOS TIP 2020 Report: Children in Domestic Service in Haiti

Spanish Language Regional Conference on Trafficking in Persons in Latin America and the Caribbean

  In commemoration of World Day Against Trafficking in Persons (July 30, 2020), the Judicial Power of the Dominican Republic, the Institute of Judicial Studies, UNODC, the Association of Women Judges of Chile, the Association of Women Judges of The Dominican Republic, the RIaDH, the IAWJ, the US Embassy in Chile and the Dominican Republic and the LIBERA Foundation are pleased to invite
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Spanish Language Regional Conference on Trafficking in Persons in Latin America and the Caribbean

The Association of Women Judges of Argentina (AMJA) Will Publish and Present Their New Book “Gender and COVID-19”

The Association of Women Judges of Argentina (AMJA), in commemoration of the World Day against Trafficking in Persons (July 30), will publish and present their new book “Gender and COVID-19“. For the occasion, AMJA member Dr. Zunilda Niremperger will speak on the topic of “Human Trafficking, the Dark Side of Humanity“. To register for the online event, please click here. This blog post
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The Association of Women Judges of Argentina (AMJA) Will Publish and Present Their New Book “Gender and COVID-19”

Webinar – TIPLine: Recent Developments in Trafficking in Persons in the English-speaking LAC Region

    Watch the video recording   The IAWJ, with generous support from the U.S. Department of State’s Office to Combat and Monitor Trafficking in Person, is implementing a multi-faceted program in the Dominican Republic. As part of that project, the IAWJ held a regional conference with criminal justice stakeholders from throughout Latin America and the Caribbean in July 2019. During this conference,
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Webinar – TIPLine: Recent Developments in Trafficking in Persons in the English-speaking LAC Region

Webinar in Spanish – TIPLine: Recent Developments in the Courts Concerning Trafficking in Persons

    Watch the video recording   Join us for an important discussion on how the courts are dealing with traffickers and victims right now, and how COVID-19 is changing the TIP conversation. The target audience is the judicial actors who participated in the LAC Regional Conference and those interested in justice and institutions in the region. A discussion with: Judge Esther Elisa
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Webinar in Spanish – TIPLine: Recent Developments in the Courts Concerning Trafficking in Persons

The LIBERA Foundation Against Trafficking in Persons is Carrying Out, with the Sponsorship of the IAWJ, an Online Course for Judges and Operators of the Latin America and the Caribbean Justice System

On July 30 and 31, 2019, as part of its two-year program, “Countering Trafficking in Persons in the Dominican Republic: Multi-sector Response & Local Resilience in Targeted Vulnerable Communities,” funded by the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (JTIP) of the US Department of State, IAWJ convened a regional conference in Santo Domingo on Trafficking in Persons (TIP). This conference was
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The LIBERA Foundation Against Trafficking in Persons is Carrying Out, with the Sponsorship of the IAWJ, an Online Course for Judges and Operators of the Latin America and the Caribbean Justice System

The IAWJ Held a Webinar in French About Children Working as Domestic Servants During the COVID-19 Pandemic

On June 12, 2020, the Magistrate’s School in Haiti (EMA), the State University of Haiti (UEH) and the International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ), with the support of the BEST program (Building a Solid Environment to Eradicate Human Trafficking), organized a webinar to discuss the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on children working as domestic servants in Haiti. The BEST program is led
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The IAWJ Held a Webinar in French About Children Working as Domestic Servants During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Webinar in French – Children in service in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic

    Watch the video recording   The COVID-19 health pandemic and the resulting economic shock to the labor market have a huge impact on people’s lives and livelihoods. Unfortunately, children are the first to be victims, especially those in domestic service. According to some data recorded in 2014, 25% of Haitian children lived separated from their parents and 3,000 of them were
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Webinar in French – Children in service in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic