Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) invites you to: Launch event for the Anti-Trafficking Review, Issue 3
Following the Money: Spending on Anti-Trafficking
6:30-8pm, 23 September 2014
Foreign Correspondents' Club of Thailand, Bangkok
Where does the money for anti-trafficking work come from? Who does it go to? What does it actually achieve?
The new issue of GAATW's insightful journal the Anti-Trafficking Review examines these critical questions about funding for the sector. For the first time, GAATW and journal authors attempt to look at the money spent on anti-trafficking work and reveal what kinds of organisations and work have been supported by anti-trafficking funding, and what work has been sidelined as a result.
Please join us on 23 September and hear from authors featured in the journal.
Published by GAATW, the Anti-Trafficking Review is a rigorously peer-reviewed academic journal that promotes the human rights of trafficked and migrating people.
The journal is an open-source publication with a readership in 78 countries.