Le collectif Ensemble contre la Traite des Etres Humains, dont est membre la Fondation Scelles, organise la première du film #INVISIBLES, qui aura lieu le jeudi 6 octobre à 19h30 au Forum des Images, les Halles, à Paris 1er.
La projection sera suivie d’un échange, en présence de diverses personnalités
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The Scelles Foundation had the honor of receiving Susan Coppedge, the American Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons and the Senior advisor to John Kerry. The meeting provided the embassy and The Scelles Foundation with a unique opportunity to share experiences.
It was at the request of the American embassy in Paris that the meeting took place on the 9th of September. Susan Coppedge took advantage of her trip to Paris to visit Fondation Scelles and have a discussion with Yves Charpenel, the president of the organization. She was accompanied by Haley Wright, from the Department of State in charge of combatting human trafficking, Alexandra Shema, the secretary of political affairs who works towards the protection of human rights alongside the Ambassador, and Morgane Lavenant, of the Ambassador’s bureau of political affairs.
At a time when Nadia Murad, a Yezidi 23 years has just been appointed UNODC Goodwill Ambassador for the dignity of survivors of human trafficking, the genocide perpetrated by Daesh against the Yazidi community goes on.
Nadia Murad Basee Taha was appointed Ambassador to the UN for the dignity of victims of human trafficking on September 16. Abducted in 2014, and sold several times by Daech, Nadia Murad managed to escape after a three months captivity and sexual slavery.
The United Nations University (UNU) has just published a report entitled "Fighting Human Trafficking in conflict" which features 10 ideas for action by the Security Council in sectors like technology, finance and recruitment, to better combat trafficking in human beings in situations of conflict.
This document confirms the observation made in the 2016 Global Report by the Scelles Foundation whoredom, on the scale of modern slavery today identified as one of the greatest tragedies of our times, increasing vulnerability people to exploitation in conflict situations, by terrorist groups such as Boko Haram and Daesh and the institutionalization and organization of this slavery, which now develops through social networks.
As part of the key international cooperation in the fight against sexual exploitation, Scelles Foundation hosts US Ambassador-at-Large Susan Coppedge, in charge of the fight against human trafficking.
To discuss the most effective ways to fight against sexual exploitation and to strengthen the commitment of the international community against this crime against humanity, Yves Charpenel, President of Scelles Foundation and Deputy General Prosecutor of the Supreme Court in France, will meet Susan Coppedge, Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons and Senior Advisor to the Secretary of State, september 9, 2016.
On September 5th 2016, joined by the member associations of the Collective: Together against the human trade, Yves Charpenel, the president of the Scelles Foundation and First Public prosecutor at the supreme court of cassation and François Vignaud who is in charge of the institutional relations of the Scelles Foundation, were received in Paris by the representatives of the GRETA (experts group on the fight against human trafficking of the European Council), on the occasion of the group’s second assessment visit from September 5th until September 9th 2016.
These experts are responsible for watching the implementation by the State Parties of the Convention of the European Council on the fight against human trafficking dated May 16th 2005 (article 38, subsection1 of the Convention).
A most significant observatory of the sexual exploitation and its evolutions, the Scelles Foundation delivered its analysis of the new trends of the phenomenon in France and throughout the world, of the measures engaged to counter it and of the policies for prevention, proceeding of the perpetrators and protection of the victims’ rights.