International Conference on Exploitation of Children

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Wayne Beeks (WKBEEKS@compuserve.com)
Wed, 12 Aug 1998 22:00:27 -0400


I would like more information regarding the international conference on
child abuse to be held in Britain. Is there an organization to contact?
Thank you,
Karen Beeks at e-mail: wkbeeks@compuserve.com
From mgo6@cornell.edu Fri Aug 14 09:07:01 1998
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From: Melanie Orhant <mgo6@cornell.edu>
Subject: CFP: New Cargo: The Global Business of Trafficking in Women

>>Call For Papers
>>>
>>>New Cargo: The Global Business of
>>>Trafficking in Women
>>>
>>>The Centre for Refugee Studies will soon publish an issue of Refuge on
>>>"trafficking in women."
>>>
>>>The issue is intended to provide a space for analysis of the social and
>>>economic factors generating and sustaining the coercion and utilizationof
>>>vulnerable women in the global business of sex trafficking-with a focus on
>>>refugee and immigrant women. Researchers and practitioners from academic
>>>circles and grassroots organizations working to counter trafficking in
>>>women are urged to submit papers which will illuminate refugee and
>>>immigrant women's experiences with trafficking in a socioeconomic context,
>>>with particular attention to the relevance of United Nations human rights
>>>treaties, such as CEDAW, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of
>>>Discrimination Against Women, and the Covenant on Social and Political
>>>Rights. Papers will include a section to devoted to "strategies for
>>>international systemic change" involving local and international social,
>>>economic, legal and political systems.
>>>
>>>Contributions with abstracts are invited. They must be received not later
>>>than September 30, 1998.
>>>
>>>Papers should be double-spaced, and referenced in proper academic form.
>>>They should not exceed 16 pages or about 4000 words. Short papers of about
>>>900 words are also welcome. Word processed submissions my be sent on disc
>>>or by email.
>>>
>>>Les redacteurs acceptent aussi des articles en francais. Le style doit
>>>conformer aux normes exiges pour les articles rediges en anglais.
>>>
>>>Deadline: September 30, 1998
>>>
>>>For further details, please contact
>>>
>>> Marilou McPhedran
>>> Guest Editor, Refuge
>>> International Women's Rights Project
>>> Centre for Refugee Studies, York University
>>> Suite 322, York Lanes, Toronto, Ontario,
>>> Canada M3J 1P3
>>> Fax: (416) 736-5837, Tel: (416) 736-2100
>>> ext. 40115
>>> Email: marilou@web.net, refuge@yorku.ca
>>>Marilou McPhedran
>>>Law, Systems & Advocacy
>>>Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4V 1H7
>>>Tel:(416)967 9485 x1; Fax:(416)967 1932
>>>Email: marilou@web.net
>>>
>>
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