Children Trafficking

JOINT STATEMENT ISSUED BY WOCON ,IMADR AND WILDAF.

The above statement was issued by WOCON, IMADR AND WILDAF. This is in solidarity with other voices  to totally condemn the recent kidnapping of over 200 girls by the Boko Haram sect.

ECPAT- NIGERIA REPORT

MEDIA RELEASE

 

31 March 2014   

Global Network urges Government of Nigeria to address child marriage, child trafficking

ECPAT International releases latest country monitoring report, the status of action against commercial sexual exploitation of children in Nigeria        

ECPAT- NIGERIA REPORT

 

MEDIA RELEASE

 

31 March 2014   

 

 

Global Network urges Government of Nigeria to address child marriage, child trafficking

ECPAT International releases latest country monitoring report, the status of action against commercial sexual exploitation of children in Nigeria        

KILLING AND ABDUCTING NIGERIAN CHILDREN FOR SEXUAL EXPLOITATION BY THE BOKO HARAM ARE WAR CRIMES THAT MUST NOT BE CONDONED

JOINT STATEMENT BY WOCON IMADR & WILDDAF NIGERIA

 

Women Consortium of Nigeria (WOCON), International Movement Against All Forms of Discrimination and Racism (IMADR) and Women in Law and Development in Africa (WILDAF) NIGERIA would like to request your country/community to take immediate actions with regard to the children and women who have been abducted by the Boko Haram in Nigeria.

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PRESS CONFERENCE TO FLAG OFF ACTION PROGRAMME FOR THE WITHDRAWAL AND PREVENTION OF CHILD LABOUR IN OGUN STATE AND THE COMMEMORATION OF THE WORLD DAY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CHILD ABUSE ORGANISED BY WOMEN’S CONSORTIUM OF NIGERIA (WOCON) IN PARTNERSHIP WIT

Distinguished Audience,

You are welcome to this Press Conference which is the official flag off of a 17 month the Action Programme for the withdrawal and prevention of child labour in Ogun State being implemented by the Women’s Consortium of Nigeria (WOCON) in partnership with the ILO International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour (ILO/IPEC).

WOCON in also seizing the opportunity to commemorate the World day for the Prevention of Child abuse today November 19.

Rescued Beninese trafficked children

WOCON Ogun State staff and executive director at Seme Border for the return of rescued Beninese trafficked children to be reunited with their parents.

Handover of the trafficked children from Benin Republic

Immigration officials, Executive Director WOCON, Executive Secretary NAPTIP Carol Ndaguba and Representative of WOTCLE at Seme Border during the handover of the trafficked children from Benin Republic

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