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International Women’s Day

Women Trafficking
Documentary Screening, March 13 2007, 6:30pm - Room XI. Followed by a discussion with the film Jelena Gakovic
trafficking_women_video.jpg Organized in collaboration with UNESCO’s Communication and Information Sector.

From Bosnia and Herzegovina to Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania and even Western Europe, many girls caught up in human trafficking end up forced into prostitution. Eight feature TV news stories of a duration ranging from 5 to 15 minutes were produced by the news exchange network, Eurovision News Exchange for Southeast Europe (ERNO), with support from UNESCO, this year. The film will be followed by a debate with the film producer, Jelena Gakovic.

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