Subject: [Stop-traffic] Re: REQUEST - Information on support networks to help trafficked women
From: Ala Mindicanu (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jul 09 2000 - 03:50:44 EDT
We are an NGO which is working with trafficked girls.
As you maybe know, we are from Republic of Moldova, our NGO is National Council of Women (CNF).
If you are interested in the information about us,
let us know. Our address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr.Ala Minicanu,MP, CNF President
On Wed, 28 Jun 2000 09:17:56
Rosalind Colman wrote:
>I work for Refugee Action in UK and am doing some research into the
>trafficking of women into prostitution. At present the UK law does not allow
>women who have been trafficked into prostitution, any temporary stay in the
>country which obviously makes it extremely difficult for women to come
>In order to assess what our organisation can do, I am interested in finding
>out what other organisations exist worldwide (in particular Europe) to help
>and support vulnerable women who have been trafficked into prostitution and
>need somewhere to go, where they can be offered understanding, protection
>and given information that will enable them to make their own informed
>I would be grateful for any information and advice as to what other
>organisations are doing.
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