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World Against Trafficking : The New Normal: Child slavery

World Against Trafficking : The New Normal: Child slavery

 Children’s vulnerability is a daily occurrence in most homes, schools, communities and families and these places are supposed to serve as sanctuaries. While the incessant influx of young children below the ages of 15 as domestic or commercial maids in the society is alarming and disturbing, these children are at a disadvantage. It is no […]

World Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

World Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

Background The trade-in drugs were already recognized as a global problem requiring a global solution at the beginning of the 20th century, with the first international conference on narcotic drugs held in Shanghai in 1909. Over the following decades, a multilateral system to control production, trafficking and abuse of drugs was developed. Three drug control conventions […]