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Refugee children and human trafficking in Central America

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As Langberg1 has pointed out, the issue of human trafficking – especially of women and children – in the Central America region has often been underestimated and understudied. In recent years, however, an effort has been made by international organisations to dampen the lack of attention towards human trafficking.

“Employment, freedom and national dignity”, 5 years later in post-revolutionary Tunisia

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Five years after the fall of Ben Ali’s domination over Tunisian affairs, the Tunisian people is still carrying its transition towards a freer Tunisia. Whereas only a few kilometres away from the Eastern Tunisian border, neighbouring Libya, another country which overthrew its authoritarian regime in the midst of the 2011 Arab springs, the disarray of the Libyan state and the bitterness of inner divisions prevail.

Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF): a hundred years struggle for peace and activism

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Before addressing the core of their activities, WILPF presented an overview of its organization. It is composed of 30 national sections around the world where several dozens of volunteers oversee activities and sensitize people on the ground to promote conflict prevention. Maria Muños Maraver, WILPF’s Human Rights Programme Director mentions that national sections are developing fast, especially in Africa.

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