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Stop The War on Children

May 19th, 2019

UNITED NATIONS, May 17 (IPS) – Too many children are dying as a result of explosive weapons, and the international community must step up to protect and declare children off limits in war.

Read the full story, “Stop The War on Children”, on globalissues.org


Internal Displacement “Deserves Visibility”

May 12th, 2019

UNITED NATIONS, May 11 (IPS) – More people are displaced inside their own countries than ever before, and only higher figures can be expected without urgent long-term action, a new report found.

Read the full story, “Internal Displacement “Deserves Visibility””, on globalissues.org


West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking

May 5th, 2019

COTONOU, Benin, May 03 (IPS) – This is part of a series of features from across the globe on human trafficking. IPS coverage is supported by the Riana Group.

On a bus in Cotonou, Benin’s commercial capital, four Nigerian girls aged between 15 and 16 sit closely together as they are about to embark on the last part of their journey to Mali, where they are told that their new husbands, whom they never have met, await them.

Read the full story, “West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking”, on globalissues.org


West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking

May 5th, 2019

COTONOU, Benin, May 03 (IPS) – This is part of a series of features from across the globe on human trafficking. IPS coverage is supported by the Riana Group.

On a bus in Cotonou, Benin’s commercial capital, four Nigerian girls aged between 15 and 16 sit closely together as they are about to embark on the last part of their journey to Mali, where they are told that their new husbands, whom they never have met, await them.

Read the full story, “West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking”, on globalissues.org


West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking

May 5th, 2019

COTONOU, Benin, May 03 (IPS) – This is part of a series of features from across the globe on human trafficking. IPS coverage is supported by the Riana Group.

On a bus in Cotonou, Benin’s commercial capital, four Nigerian girls aged between 15 and 16 sit closely together as they are about to embark on the last part of their journey to Mali, where they are told that their new husbands, whom they never have met, await them.

Read the full story, “West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking”, on globalissues.org


West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking

May 5th, 2019

COTONOU, Benin, May 03 (IPS) – This is part of a series of features from across the globe on human trafficking. IPS coverage is supported by the Riana Group.

On a bus in Cotonou, Benin’s commercial capital, four Nigerian girls aged between 15 and 16 sit closely together as they are about to embark on the last part of their journey to Mali, where they are told that their new husbands, whom they never have met, await them.

Read the full story, “West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking”, on globalissues.org


West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking

May 5th, 2019

COTONOU, Benin, May 03 (IPS) – This is part of a series of features from across the globe on human trafficking. IPS coverage is supported by the Riana Group.

On a bus in Cotonou, Benin’s commercial capital, four Nigerian girls aged between 15 and 16 sit closely together as they are about to embark on the last part of their journey to Mali, where they are told that their new husbands, whom they never have met, await them.

Read the full story, “West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking”, on globalissues.org


West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking

May 5th, 2019

COTONOU, Benin, May 03 (IPS) – This is part of a series of features from across the globe on human trafficking. IPS coverage is supported by the Riana Group.

On a bus in Cotonou, Benin’s commercial capital, four Nigerian girls aged between 15 and 16 sit closely together as they are about to embark on the last part of their journey to Mali, where they are told that their new husbands, whom they never have met, await them.

Read the full story, “West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking”, on globalissues.org


West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking

May 5th, 2019

COTONOU, Benin, May 03 (IPS) – This is part of a series of features from across the globe on human trafficking. IPS coverage is supported by the Riana Group.

On a bus in Cotonou, Benin’s commercial capital, four Nigerian girls aged between 15 and 16 sit closely together as they are about to embark on the last part of their journey to Mali, where they are told that their new husbands, whom they never have met, await them.

Read the full story, “West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking”, on globalissues.org


West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking

May 5th, 2019

COTONOU, Benin, May 03 (IPS) – This is part of a series of features from across the globe on human trafficking. IPS coverage is supported by the Riana Group.

On a bus in Cotonou, Benin’s commercial capital, four Nigerian girls aged between 15 and 16 sit closely together as they are about to embark on the last part of their journey to Mali, where they are told that their new husbands, whom they never have met, await them.

Read the full story, “West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking”, on globalissues.org



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