Subject: [Stop-traffic] Stop-Traffic's new Webpage!
From: Melanie Orhant (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Jan 15 2000 - 15:40:00 EST
Introducing Stop-Traffic's webpage!!
I have created a webpage for Stop-Traffic, please go to
http://www.stop-traffic.org to review the page. I hope that the list
will be a valuable resource for those working on the issue of
trafficking in persons for forced labor. You will find a list of
organizations working on the issue in the U.S. and internationally.
You will also find a list of web-based resources and of books and
movies on the issue. There is also a Urgent Action page and a News
I hope you all find it helpful and insight full.
Please contact me off-list for any questions about Stop-Traffic at
Women's Reproductive Health Initiative
Program for Appropriate Technology in Health
Stop-Traffic is an open, facilitated, international electronic list
funded by the Women's Reproductive Health Initiative of the Program
for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH) that addresses human
rights abuses associated with trafficking in persons, with a strong
emphasis on public health. The focus of Stop-Traffic is the
trafficking in persons into sweatshop labor, domestic servitude,
forced prostitution, forced agricultural labor and coercive
mail-order bride arrangements. Trafficking in people for forced
labor is an ever-growing worldwide phenomena that affects the health
and well-being of millions of women, men and children.
To subscribe or unsubscribe, please go to
For additional information about trafficking of persons for forced
labor, please go to http://www.stop-traffic.org.
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