Available languages:
Trafficking in minors in the digital age: Waking up the world to the dire need to stop trade in children, child prostitution and child pornography, including via the internet
28 Sep 2017 -  The Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in July 2010 reaffirmed the commitment of the Member States to end the heinous crime of trafficking in persons, to protect and assist victims, to prosecute perpetrators and to promote partnerships to strengthen cooperation for those purposes.

Presentation of the video highlighting the exploitation of vulnerable women and girls around the world and the response by the international community to stand against it.
- PANEL DISCUSSION: Successful Efforts Combatting Internet Child Pornography and Rescue Assistance for Children Exploited in Sex Tourism.
- PANEL DISCUSSION: Addressing the physical and psychological harm of sex-trafficking victims and the cultural norms and societal breakdown that fuels demand.
Organised by the Group of Friends United against Human Trafficking