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The Community Relations Commission For a multicultural NSW and the Immigrant Women's Health Service invites you a seminar to hear Anita Kanaiya, joint Executive Director of Oasis India speak against human trafficking. She is a passionate advocate for poor and oppressed women and children in India, and a fighter for their human rights. Oasis India, a non-government agency, helps rescue and rehabilitate trafficked people, including children, and educates Indian communities about the tragedies of the 'flesh' trade.
Human trafficking in India is a concealed, lucrative, and pervasive issue. Whilst illegal under Indian law, it remains a significant problem, affecting millions of people for the purposes of sexual exploitation and forced labour. Over 40,000 children go missing every year in India, with child activists saying many end up in sex trade, earning about $2.50/hour.
When: Friday 16 August 2013, 4.30 -5.30 pm
Where: Fairfield RSL Club, 14 Anzac Avenue | Fairfield | NSW 2165
Jointly organised by the Community Relations Commission For a multicultural NSW and Immigrant Women's Health Service