Introducing the UN-ACT China Website

February 18, 2015
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The UN-ACT China Office manages an additional website to provide information and news about human trafficking that is specifically relevant to China. Importantly, much of this information is available in both English and Mandarin.

With a population of over 1.3 billion people, only a small percentage of whom speak English, China represents an enormous potential audience of people who, thanks to the information available on UN-ACT’s China website, can access laws (both national and international), declarations, conventions and agreements related to human trafficking, in Mandarin, from a single resource centre. Research reports and publications on human trafficking are also available, and the website is regularly updated with relevant human trafficking news and developments from China and the region.

The website enjoys significant popularity, with more than 300,000 page visits in 2014.

The site links to the regional UN-ACT website, and also features links to 27 relevant Chinese ministerial websites, along with links to international organisations working on human trafficking issues such as the ILO, UNICEF, and IOM. Head over to the China website and have a look at the wealth of information available in two languages at http://www.notip.org.cn/

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