LIVE: Roundtable on Sex Trafficking and Georgia’s Amendment 2

On Nov. 1, the Forum on Women hosted a Facebook Live conversation regarding the upcoming vote on Georgia’s Amendment 2, “Georgia Additional Penalties for Sex Crimes to Fund Services for Sexually Exploited Children,” and its local and wider relevance to the fight against sex trafficking. The Roundtable was moderated by sex trafficking advocate Natosha Reid Rice, with Paul…

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Dealing with Domestic Violence against Women: An Islamic Perspective

To facilitate greater exchange of grassroots knowledge, resources, best practices, and lessons learned, we are conducting a series of guest interviews to sustain both public and private conversations about critical and timely issues. In recognition of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, which takes place annually on Nov. 25, we are discussing through a series of interviews religious perspectives on…

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Dealing with Violence Against Women: A Christian and African Traditional Religious Perspective

To facilitate greater exchange of grassroots knowledge, resources, best practices, and lessons learned, we are conducting a series of guest interviews to sustain both public and private conversations about critical and timely issues.  In recognition of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, which takes place annually on Nov. 25, we are discussing religious perspectives on violence against women. Professor…

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The 2016 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report: Lesson Learned

Earlier this year, The US Department of State released its Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report for 2016. Using a diagnostic tool called the 3Ps – prosecuting traffickers, protecting and empowering victims, and preventing future trafficking crimes – the Department of State assesses government efforts in combating human trafficking. A total of 185 countries were analyzed in the report of which 36…

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