VIDEO from Swedish Institute Available on Swedish-Dutch Conference Focuses on Human Trafficking Problems

Dec 07, 2010, 13:10 ET from

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The Swedish Embassy in The Hague, the Swedish Institute (SI), the Netherlands National Police Agency (KLPD) and the National Police Board in Sweden organized a Swedish–Dutch conference on the topic "Trafficking in Human Beings for Sexual Exploration and Prostitution" (Dec 6) in The Hague, Netherlands. The third Swedish-Dutch conference on gender-equality related topics aimed to increase awareness and to identify the most effective measures to combat the problem of human trafficking for sexual purposes. Keynote speakers included policy makers and civil society representatives mainly from the Netherlands, UK and the Nordic countries. After the event, the documentary play "Seven" was performed, presenting six Dutch women from the field of international cooperation and the Swedish Minister of EU-Affairs, Birgitta Ohlsson, in a dramatization of authentic stories of female human rights activists. Available video includes an edited package, general views as well as soundbites from the conference.

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