Esohe Aghatise of Equality Now discusses Human & Sex trafficking

In continuation of commemorating the International Women's Month, Esohe Aghatise of Equality Now, internationally recognized expert in the field of human trafficking whose work spans Africa, Europe and international bodies, joins AfrobeatRadio’s Delphine Vakunta and Tyrene Wright on a discussion on the serious side of Human and Sex trafficking, the second in our Series on the global problem.

Ms Esohe Aghatise is the Founder and Executive Director of Associazione Iroko Onlus (IROKO), a non-profit that works to eliminate all forms of violence against women and children, with a special focus on the elimination of the trafficking and exploitation of women and children in prostitution. 

On AfrobeatRadio on WBAI 99.5 FM NYC Pacifica Radio from 6:00 to 7:00 PM EST., Streaming live @ www.wbai.org.  

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