The Vienna Forum Report: A Way Forward to Combat Human Trafficking

Citation:

United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN-GIFT). 2008. The Vienna Forum Report: A Way Forward to Combat Human Trafficking. New York: United Nations.

Author: United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking (UN-GIFT)

Abstract:

1. The present report describes the discussions, activities and accomplishments of the Vienna Forum to Fight Human Trafficking, held in Vienna from 13 to 15 February 2008. Twenty-eight panels, workshops, special sessions and side events were held as part of the Forum with a view to exploring the themes of vulnerability, impact and action and to offering an opportunity for dialogue on preventing and combating trafficking in persons. Additional special exhibits held throughout the City of Vienna as part of the Forum increased the visibility of the issue of human trafficking among the public.

2. This report summarizes the discussions, findings and proposed recommendations of each of those sessions and events.

Keywords: human trafficking, United Nations

Topics: Trafficking, Human Trafficking

Year: 2008

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