Women and girls with disabilities are at a higher risk of exploitation and may be more at risk of trafficking in persons, including in the context of global migration. Yet, international instruments on the issue fail to address the specific needs of women and girls with disabilities in these situations.
The webinar will inform DPOs and other participants on the relevant instruments and policies to combat trafficking and sexual exploitation in women and girls with disabilities. It will also present exchange of best practices and current state of play in Spain.
It will be conducted and moderated by Ana Peláez Narváez, EDF Vice-President and Executive Vice-President of CERMI Women’s Foundation.
International sign interpretation, real-time captioning in English and English, French and Spanish audio interpretation will be available during this event.
Real-time captioning in other languages will be available under request through this registration form.