CATW


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CATW

On drawings, abbr. for catwalk.
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Kathleen Barry, da CATW, afirma que "a exploracao sexual e uma condicao politica, a base da subordinacao e discriminacao da mulher e da perpetuacao do patriarcado" (apud SANTOS; GOMES; DUARTE, 2008:78).
26) CATW lobby groups' suggested definition of trafficking for the Palermo Protocol during negotiations was: "the recruitment, transportation within or across borders, purchase, sale, transfer, receipt or harbouring of a person for the purposes of prostitution, sexual exploitation, exploiting the marriage of such a person, exploited labour, or slavery-like practices with or without the consent of the victims" (my emphasis) (CATW, 1999 as quoted in Doezema, "Now you see her", 72).
22) An Introduction to CATW, COALITION AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN WOMEN, http://www.
Since then, CATW supports the 1949 Trafficking Convention and denies a distinction between trafficking and prostitution (Sullivan 2003:70-71).
Relations Committee in April 2003, Donna Hughes of CATW articulated the
Between 19,000 and 25,000 foreign women are engaged in street prostitution throughout Italy and about one of every 10 women involved in the trade are victims of forced trafficking (IOM, 1996; CATW, 1999).
CATW has been critical of what it calls 'military prostitution.
According to the Guide to the New UN Trafficking Protocol by Janice Raymond, published by the CATW in 2001, the United Nations estimates that sex trafficking in human beings is a $5 billion to $7 billion operation annually.
While there is not one classic example of slaves in the United States today," explains Carol Gomez, project coordinator for CATW (Coalition Against the Trafficking in Women) and a domestic violence counselor at the Massachusetts General Hospital, "there are common disadvantages.
But CATW said children on the tour could be traumatised.