NGO responses to trafficking in women

@article{Tzvetkova2002NGORT,
  title={NGO responses to trafficking in women},
  author={Marina Tzvetkova},
  journal={Gender \& Development},
  year={2002},
  volume={10},
  pages={60 - 68}
}
As trafficking worldwide has become increasingly more sophisticated and widespread, some governments are implementing new legislation, hosting international conferences, and signing new and existing conventions. The United Nations (UN) and other Inter-Governmental Organisations (IGOs) are dedicating substantial resources to developing more effective solutions. However, the relative absence of government initiatives and assistance for trafficking victims, means that it is NGOs who have taken up… 

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