Vienna Crime and Justice Training E-Lectures

Webinar on

Trafficking Prevention and the Victims: New United Nations and Academic Perspectives

Vienna, 11 December 2012, 3-5:30 p.m., GMT+1 (two lecture units in English)

You will:

  • Learn the distinctions between Smuggling of Migrants and Trafficking in Persons
  • Understand how migrants may be particularly vulnerable to trafficking in persons, especially for forced labor
  • Join the discussion of the unique needs of victims of forced labour trafficking and possible programs and services to meet them
  • Learn from experts, academics and practitioners' examples of good practice in their respective cultural, political and economic circumstances
  • Ask the expert panel your questions live

You will be able to access the E-Lecture on "Trafficking Prevention and the Victims: New United Nations and Academic Perspectives" on 11 December 2012, 3-5:30pm at

Certificate of Participation

To receive from ACUNS a "certificate of participation", please send your first and FAMILY name, country of residence, and name of the institution/office to

To join in the Vienna International Centre

You can also join us live in the United Nations Information Service (Vienna) Multimedia Room (G0545) where the webinar will be webstreamed and the panel discussion takes place. To be able to access the VIC, please register until 4 December 2012 by sending your name and affiliation with the subject line "Webinar Registration" to: