Women refugees and human trafficking in North Africa: impact and implications for security
Date: 30 Nov 2022
Time: 09.00 – 13.30 CET
This Workshop will bring together experts, academics and practitioners from North Africa to discuss how human trafficking impacts security. Particular attention will also be drawn to the poor conditions in which women refugees find themselves, and the policies developed by North African countries to tackle this issue. Regional experts will evaluate the complexity of this phenomenon and the numerous actors involved.
Subjects, activities and purposes of human trafficking in North Africa: impact on international security
Professor of Alakhawayn University - CEO Eirene Associates international.
Programs Officer at Global Center on Coop. Security France Transnational Organized Crime and Human trafficking.
Refugee women and human trafficking: resilience and international cooperation for law enforcement and prevention
University professor of Comparative Ecclesiastical Law at Step - University of Bari Aldo Moro
Law Professor, Attorney and an International Consultant. Director of the UNESCO Centre
Project manager in WaSH activities at Action Against Hunger and a researcher in women's empowerment.
Chairperson of The Nat. Coord. Committee for Combating and Preventing Illegal Migration and Trafficking in Persons
Deputy of the Italian Republic, President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean (PAM)
Engagement Manager at NATO
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