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IOM Organized an International Youth Conference Titled Youth Against Human Trafficking

Category: Trafficking 
2009-05-18

To increase youth participation in counter-trafficking projects IOM Mission in Ukraine organized an International Youth Conference “Youth against human trafficking.” The conference took place in Kyiv (Ukraine) on May 13-15, 2009.  
 
About the conference:
Students and young activists were invited to participate in the International Student Conference “Youth Against Human Trafficking,” which focused on leadership, community involvement, volunteer work and understanding the modern-day phenomenon of trafficking.
 
During the three-day event, participants from different countries learned more about youth counter-trafficking work, participated in presentations and interactive workshops facilitated by recognized experts from the leading development organizations and companies, and learn from each other’s hands-on experience. Among the experts was Gavin Ugale _ Key-note speaker and Project Design and Management workshop facilitator. 
 
Eligibility
 Students enrolled in full-time University programs were encouraged to apply.
 Application was open for students from Ukraine, CIS, EU, Balkan States and Turkey.
 Strong English language skills were required as it was the working language of the conference.
  Interest in volunteer work, community leadership and previous experience of anti-trafficking work were an asset.

 

source : Portal GINSC

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