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  International Conference on Anti Human Trafficking Initiatives: Theory to Practi
Anti Human Trafficking Initiatives: Theory to Practice Conference 25th to 26th November 2017 Kolkata, West Bengal, India In 2017 Kolkata Mary Ward Social Centre will be completing 3years of implementation of their Sensitization on Anti-Human Trafficking Project at the operational area of Canning 1 Block, a major gateway to enter the Sunderban Islands of West Bengal. The National Level Convergence Meet will create an opportunity for many INGO’s, NGO’s and Govt. Stakeholders & Academics to share the best practices applied in their domain areas of anti-human trafficking move, in both source and destination areas. The strategy of the Convergence Meet will be to ensure legal rights for the trafficking victims and survivors of human trafficking. KMWSC will try to develop a stronger network between the allied agencies for implementing better prevention methodologies in source areas for protection of women and children. Objectives of the Conference: - Explore methods for sustainable and practical common convergence and cooperation amongst NGO’s and Government agencies over prevention, protection, prosecution, repatriation, rehabilitation, and re-integration of survivor. - To assess the procedures undertaken by government agencies of the member countries to combat issues related to trafficking, exploitation and slavery and the way forward by civil society. - To explore the methods and degrees of inter-organizational collaboration, cross monitoring policies and liason with the organizations working on the issues of trafficking among the member countries. - To provide a platform for advocacy over the review and revision of the existing government policies and commitment related to the issues of human trafficking in SAARC countries. - To identify the state of research on the themes and issues surrounding human trafficking. - To analyze new trends and anti-trafficking initiatives in the region. - To explore repatriation models. - Examine strategies for easier implementation of existing legislations for child protection and human trafficking. For more information or to register, please visit http://kolkatamarywardsc.org/international-conference/

Milipol Paris 2017
Milipol Paris is the leading event dedicated to homeland security. The 20th edition will be held on 21-24 November 2017 at Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre. In 2015, and despite difficult circumstances, the event still succeeded in attracting no fewer than 949 exhibitors from 55 countries, 24,056 visitors from 143 countries and 115 official delegations from 77 countries. The event covers all areas of homeland security: - Data protection - Information and Communication systems - Economic and Industrial Intelligence Milipol Paris 2015 inauguration - Systems integration - Risk analysis and management - CBRN - Civil defence - Forensic science services - Law enforcement - Anti-terrorism – Special Forces - Protection of industrial and sensitive sites - Perimeter security - Fight against organised crime Milipol Paris 2015 exhibitors - Security of public places – Urban security - Transport security - Port and airport security – Border control - Road safety - Security of financial systems - Prison security - Oil and gas sector - The Fight against Cyberthreats and Cybercrime - Private Security For more information or to register, please visit https://en.milipol.com/

Suriname National Day
Suriname National Day

The 20th UNAFEI UNCAC Training Programme
Information at http://www.unafei.or.jp/english/