We have published the latest blog, ‘Human trafficking and the post-2015 development agenda’:
In this piece, Erin Gregg, Consultant with the UN-ACT Regional Management Office, outlines the nexus between the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and anti-human trafficking interventions. Highlighting ‘poverty’, ‘migration’, ‘gender inequality and discrimination’ and ‘governance and the rule of law’, she suggests a fundamental connectedness between counter-trafficking efforts and the broader development discourse.
You can access the blog by visiting our forum or clicking on this link.
What do you think about the blog? And where do you see entry points for anti-trafficking interventions in the SDGs?
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