• Human Trafficking in Armed Conflicts and Post-Conflict Situations
  • Human Trafficking in Armed Conflicts and Post-Conflict Situations

    This week Caritas Internationalis, Secours Catholique (Caritas France) and the Order of Malta, with the support of COATNET, held Human Trafficking in Armed Conflicts and Post-Conflict Situations, a side event for the 52nd Regular Session of the Human Rights Council at the Palais des Nations – United Nations in Geneva. This panel discussion event – co-sponsored by the Permanent Missions of the Costa Rica, Italy, Poland, Romania and the Sovereign Order of Malta – elaborated on the impact of armed conflicts on human rights and on the vulnerability of people to human trafficking. The panellists also spoke of the need for stronger cooperation among humanitarian and civil society organisations to better support and rehabilitate victims of trafficking.