This is some information about an upcoming workshop being held by UNANIMA. For more complete information, please go to this link.
Workshop on Stopping the Demand forTrafficking in Women and Children
UNANIMA International seeks 28-30 individuals between the ages of 18 and 25 from the English-speaking world who seek an end to human slavery and affirm that pornography, prostitution, and sex trafficking are acts of violence against women.
Our workshop provides as an exciting opportunity for new and old activists alike to learn, speak, and act for a just world. From panel discussions to group brainstorming, we hope that participants will make new friends and mobilize their ideas into collective action.
Our workshop is free. All participants are entitled to room and board, transportation (all air, train, and bus fares), and any visa expenses (if applicable) that are related to the workshop. Souvenirs, sightseeing, extended stays (other than a UNANIMA-planned UN experience, and other personal expenses will not be covered.
1.Fill out the following application form.
2.If necessary, attach your signed letter of permission.
3.Complete the personal statement (page 4).
4.Send UNANIMA your completed application form, letter of permission (if applicable), and personal statement via email (email@example.com) or mail –UNANIMA International211 East 43rd Street, Room 1207New York, NY 10017USA
Applications will be considered on a rolling-basis until 5 March 2010. Accepted applicants will be notified via email by 19 March 2010 with further details, including travel arrangements. Please feel free to email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 1-212-370-0075 if you have any questions.
UNANIMA International is an NGO (nongovernmental organization) committed to work for justice at the international level in harmony with the charter of the United Nations for the economic and social advancement of all peoples.
The coalition was founded in 2002 by representatives from 7 congregations of women religious with a vision that by our united action we can make a difference in our world.