|Title:||Paths of Exploitation: Studies on the trafficking of women and children between Cambodia, Thailand and Viet Nam|
|Categories:||7. Obchod s lidmi|
|Number of pages:||229|
At the Fourth United Nations Conference on Women in Beijing in 1995, the trafficking of women was identified as a priority for international action. Since then, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has developed a programme of activities to combat the trafficking of women and children worldwide, including research, information campaigns, technical cooperation and return and reintegration assistance. Paths of Exploitation brings together the reports of five qualitative studies commissioned by the IOM to inform its work in Southeast Asia.
Knihovna: Paths of Exploitation: Studies on the trafficking of women and children between Cambodia, Thailand and Viet Nam