On Trafficking for the Purpose of Sexual Exploitation

On November 7, 2006, lawyer and women’s rights activist Chantal Tie represented NAWL at the Standing Committee on the Status of Women (FEWO) hearings on Trafficking for the Purpose of Sexual Exploitation. Here are excerpts of her testimony. “Trafficking is both a national and an international or global problem. We have an internal trafficking problem, […]

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Presentation on Human Trafficking to the Standing Committee on the Status of Women

Presentation on human trafficking to the 39th PARLIAMENT, 1st SESSION, Standing Committee on the Status of Women. Transcript from the FEWO web site. Mrs. Chantal Tie (Lawyer, National Association of Women and the Law): Thank you very much. First, thank you very much for inviting us this morning. We appreciate the opportunity to appear before […]

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Addressing Trafficking in Women and Children in Canada

Cet article est disponible uniquement en anglais. Trafficking in women and girls is a significant global problem to which Canada is unfortunately not immune. It is an illegal yet highly profitable industry, which recruits, transports and sells human beings for the purpose of exploiting their labour and/or their sexuality. The victims of trafficking are overwhelmingly […]

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