Wednesday, February 20, 2013

600 Guatemalan judges sharpen legal skills to prosecute human traffickers | WNN – Women News Network

Woman and child Antiqua, Guatemala
This woman and child in Atiqua, Guatemala (2005) is part of Guatemalan society where poverty has contributed to a lack of human rights for women as well as children. Child labor and human trafficking has been high in Guatemala. As 600 judges receive specific training on how to succeed in the prosecution human trafficking, the IOM works toward a wide outreach with their programs to improve rights for indigenous migrants inside and outside the country. Image: Pedro Szekely
(WNN/IOM) Guatemala: The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has started a series of refresher trainings on the prosecution of human trafficking cases for some 600 Guatemalan judges.

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