South East Asia Court of Women on HIV and Human Trafficking

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History[edit]

Organised by UNDP, Asian women’s Human Rights Council (AWHRC) and Yakeba .(Indonesian -NGO) With the auspices of UN and CSO

Co-coordinators[edit]

Besides UNDP,AWHRC and Yakeba The other coordinators are :United nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) United Nations Development Fund for Women(UNIFEM),United Nations Inter-Agency Project on Human Trafficking (UNIAP) and Asia Pacific Network of people living with HIV (APN +)

Aim[edit]

Testifying the legal cases of women trafficking and the court will bring together leaders, politicians, activists and communities who are working to make difference to empower women and reduce the level of women trafficking, violence, exploitation and HIV in South East Asia region

Structure[edit]

Headquarters: Bali, Indonesia

The jury of six experienced legal and human rights experts The women’s court has the following sessions: Human rights of vulnerable Communities Public health impact of anti trafficking legislation and responses from communities.

Recent activities[edit]

Have been in participation with 9th International congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP9)

Court of Women hears testimonies from trafficked, sexually exploited

References[edit]

UNDP[1]

The Hindu: "Women’s Court" on trafficking and HIV to be held in Bali

The Jakarta Post: Survivors seek justice from podiumHuman rights issues in Northeast India

Breakthrough (human rights)

Southeast Asia and Pacific

WOMENSPHERE

SE Asia - First Court of Women on Trafficking & HIV

South East Asia Court of Women on HIV and Human Trafficking:from Vulnerability to Free, Just and Safe Movement

South East Asia Court of Women on HIV and Human Trafficking

The South-East Asia Court of Women on HIV and Human Trafficking: From Vulnerability to Free, Just, and Safe Movement - Summary Report