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RENATE colleagues in Malta send us news of the following one-day conference they are involved in organising, with an open invitation to all to join them on 28 September next. * Please be advised that if attending, travel and accommodation arrangements are at your own expense and responsibility.

 


 
Combating Human Trafficking Today – Taking stock of evidence-based research and sharing experiences from Europe.
Aim: Human trafficking leaves no land untouched and is also happening around us. This conference seeks to provide answers to some of the most difficult questions relating to the trafficking of children and adults for commercial sexual exploitation.   The conference seeks to answer some of the pending difficult questions:
What are the links between trafficking and prostitution?
– What do we know about sexually exploited women in Malta? Who are they? What led to their exploitation?
– Can the criminalising of the sex buyer reduce human trafficking?  – The Swedish Experience.
– In the context of existing legal models – What model should Malta adopt?
Date:  Friday, 28th September 2018
Venue – Lecture Theatre 2 (LT2) – University of Malta – Msida Campus.
Time:  09.00 – 13.30hrs
Organisers:  Dr Anna Borg (A4E) and Dr Anna Vella (Dar Hosea) in collaboration with the Centre for Labour Studies (CLS) – University of Malta
To secure your place please send a cheque for €25 , payable to A4E, c/o Centre for Labour Studies, Room 209, FEMA Building, University of Malta, Msida no later than 19th September.– Part of the proceeds will go to Dar Hosea and A4E.
Malta Conference 28 September 2018