Scripta Varia

African women judges and prosecutors on human trafficking and organised crime

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Proceedings of the
African Women Judges Summit on Human Trafficking and Organised Crime
12-13 December 2019
Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo (editor)
Scripta Varia 148, Vatican City, 2019
E-Pub ahead of print  


Address by the Holy Father, Pope Francis

Welcome
Gabriella C. Marino, The Pontifical Academy of Sciences

Introduction
Jennifer Gross, Blue Chip Foundation

HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND ORGAN TRANSPLANTATION

Burden of disease as it relates to organ trafficking
Nancy Ascher, USA

Organ trafficking: A clinical perspective from Africa
Elmi Muller, South Africa

La Question de la Traite des Personnes au Bénin en 2019
Aubierge Olivia Lucette Hungbo-Kploca, Benin

Angola: Plano de seguimentos das recomendações cimeira de mulheres juízas africanas sobre tráfico de pessoas e o crime organizado
Luisa Chimbila Quinta, Angola

Discussion

Incorporating human rights into case disposal of human trafficking cases
Annah Mathiba, Botswana

Situation in Botswana
Priscilla Kedibone Israel, Botswana

The UNODC Liaison Magistrate initiative to foster international cooperation in trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants
Christiana Fomenky, Senegal

Human trafficking in Sierra Leone: its experience and best practices
Vivian Solomon, Sierra Leone

Situation in South Africa
Audrey Mashigo, South Africa

International Perspective on Human Trafficking and the role of ICC
Jacqueline Rugemalila, Tanzania

Discussion

La Lutte Contre la Traite des Personnes et le Crime Organisé. Exemple de la Côte d'Ivoire
Cecile Tohoulys, Côte d'Ivoire

The Current Trends and Challenges Prosecuting Human Trafficking Cases in Uganda
Winfred Ahimbisibwe, Uganda

Situation in Uganda
Joyce Kavuma, Uganda

Human Trafficking in the United States
Susan Burke, USA

Human trafficking education and awareness
Tamila E. Ipema, USA

THE PAN-AMERICAN JUDGES COMMITTEE
Andrés Gallardo, Tamila E. Ipema, Ana Inés Algorta Latorre and María Julia Figueredo Vivas

Discussion

Solutions for Prevention and Victim Rehabilitation
Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo, The Pontifical Academy of Sciences

The Swedish Model – targeting demand to stop prostitution and trafficking
Anna Skarhed, Sweden

Helping young girls and women exit prostitution
Sister Eugenia Bonetti, Italy

My story
Blessing Okoedion, Nigeria/Italy

The crucial role of the judiciary in the fight against human trafficking
Mina Sougrati, Morocco

Discussion

NIGERIA DELEGATION

Situation in Nigeria
Halima Mohammed

Situationi in Nigeria
Agatha Anulika Okeke

Rehabilitation and reintegration of victims of human trafficking
Cecilia M.A. Olatoregun

Discussion

KENYA DELEGATION

Human trafficking vis-à-vis the family unit
Roselyn Naliaka Nambuye

The legal framework: international, regional and national
Christine Njagi

Case study on experience at Milimani Law Court
Hellen Onkwani

Case study on prosecution of human trafficking from Milimani Law Court
Elizabeth Juma

Discussion

The bigger picture: the role of the judiciary. Could the judiciary be the missing link? 
Hannah Okwengu

Adoption and human trafficking
Rose Ougo

Surrogacy and trafficking (Kenyan perspective)
Lucy N. Gacheru

Discussion

Trafficking of Persons with Special Needs for Begging in Kenya
Judith Wanjala

Protection and rehabilitation of trafficked persons
Jane Kamau

Human Trafficking in Kenya. A Case for Prevention and Awareness Creation
Teresa Odera

Recommendations
Agnes Kalekye Murgor

Discussion

Final Statement
Susana Medina, Argentina

Final Discussion

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