Dear Friends and
On behalf of the Organizing
Committee, I am honored to invite you to the World Conference On Violence Against Women-Children / Trafficking and Forced Labour.
The World Conference on Violence Against Women-Children / Trafficking and Forced Labour is organized by the Global
Campaign Against Women And Child Abuse Organization will be held from 13TH to 16TH March 2012 at the Ma convention Center in Swansea Massachusetts 860
Winter St Waltham, MA 02777, United States and from 19TH to 22ND March 2012 at the Senegal Convention center S.I.C.A.P. Rue 10, Dakar,
The main theme of the
conference is Combating Violence Against Women - Children Worldwide. It aims to provide a platform towards achieving the following
- Raise awareness on the prevalence and high human, social and economic
costs of violence against women and children;
- Sensitize, motivate and build capacity of governments to develop,
change, and implement legislation and policies to combat Trafficking and Forced Labour;
- Support and strengthen
networks, public and private organizations and programmes that work to eradicate violence against women and children.
- Take integrated measures to prevent and eliminate violence against women and children.
- Study the
causes and consequences of violence and the effectiveness of preventive measures.
- Eliminate trafficking in women
- children and assist victims of violence due to prostitution and trafficking.
Who should attend?
The conference is open to all who have interest in stopping the perpetrators: community workers, police, psychologists, psychiatrists,
shelter administrators, social welfare officers, school heads, teachers, human rights volunteers, local government officials, street workers, doctors,
nurses, anti-violence campaigners, program coordinators, family counselors, members of NGOs, youth workers, media, lawyers, judges, solicitors, case
workers, indigenous community and church leaders and all members of the general public and workforce who find that Violence Against Women -
Children / Trafficking and Forced Labour can no longer be tolerated in modern day society and wish to contribute to stopping the incidence regardless
of race, religion, gender or political beliefs.
The conference committee would be grateful if you could forward this email to colleagues who may also be interested in this
For more information
do not hesitate to contact the conference Organizing Committee via E-mail: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 1 508-837-3117
Deborah A Wilson,
Member Organizing Committee- (World Conference On Violence Against Women - Children / Trafficking and Forced Labour)
Youth Coordinator- Global Campaign Against Women And Child Abuse