How women, as influential agents of change, can bridge gender equality gaps in countering human trafficking
March 31, 2021
As part of our webinar series on “Adaptive justice responses on trafficking in persons under the new normal”, we recognise and celebrate the role of women in counter human trafficking for International Women’s Day 8 March.
Join us in this discussion on “How women, as influential agents of change, can bridge gender equality gaps in counter trafficking in persons responses”.
Our distinguished speakers discussed the role of women in the championing and mainstreaming gender equality and social inclusive approaches in the criminal justice responses. They also shared their experiences on the value that women contribute to in addressing the gender equality gaps in counter trafficking structures, policies and processes.
- H.E. Chuo Bun Eng, Permanent Vice Chairperson of the National Committee for Counter Trafficking in persons (NCCT) and the Secretary of State, Ministry of Interior, Cambodia From the perspective of the International community
- Ilias Chatzis, Head of the Anti-Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Section, United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
- Ms. Bui Thi Hoa, Vice President of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Women's Union