Sep 19 2014

New document of sex slavery

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Sep 09 2014

Russian-owned brothel uncovered in Palodia

THE 44-year old Russian owner of a high-end brothel that looked like an ancient Greek palace was remanded by the Limassol District Court for six days, following a late night raid on Tuesday that ended with several arrests.

Thirteen women were among those arrested, along with two other men that acted as security guards. Initially, 18 women had been held, but according to the police five of them were employees and the rest seem to have engaged in sexual acts.

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Sep 09 2014

Trafficking in Persons Report 2014

The 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report is available in PDF and HTML formats in the  following address:

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Jun 22 2014

Labour and sex trafficking investigations drop in Cyprus


By Stefanos Evripidou

CYPRUS remains a source and destination country for men and women subjected to forced labour and sex trafficking, the US State Department said in its 2014 global trafficking report, released yesterday.

Despite efforts to meet minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking, the Cypriot government did not demonstrate an overall increase in those efforts compared to the previous reporting period, keeping Cyprus on the Tier 2 Watch List.

On the contrary, investigations into trafficking, prosecutions and convictions fell by more than half on all counts.

Victims of trafficking identified in Cyprus came from Europe, Asia and Africa, said the report, noting that women, primarily from eastern Europe, Vietnam, India, and sub-Saharan Africa, are subjected to sex trafficking. read the full story here


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Jun 06 2014

Street Festival in Nicosia 18 th of June

On the occasion of World Refugee Day 2014, Future Worlds Center, in cooperation with Cypriot and Refugee communities in Cyprus, is organizing a STREET FESTIVAL on 18/06/2014, between 18:00 to 22:00 at Faneromeni square, old Nicosia. It aims to celebrate and tο support the cultural diversity brought by the refugee communities in Cyprus and promote solidarity between the host society and the refugee communities.

The Street Festival will include:

• Art & craft exhibition from both Cypriot and Refugee communities
• Ethnic food
• Kids’ corner
• Info stands by participating civil society organisations & independent authorities.
• Music (DJ Claudio)


Στα πλαίσια της Παγκόσμιας Ημέρας Προσφύγων 2014, ο οργανισμός Future Worlds Center, σε συνεργασία με κοινότητες Κυπρίων και Προσφύγων στη Κύπρο, διοργανώνει ένα ΦΕΣΤΙΒΑΛ ΔΡΟΜΟΥ στις 18.06.2014, μεταξύ 18:00 – 22:00, στην Πλατεία Φανερωμένης, στην παλιά Λευκωσία. Ο στόχος της πρωτοβουλίας είναι να γιορτάσει και να στηρίξει τη διαπολιτισμική διάσταση της Κυπριακής κοινωνίας που οφείλεται στην παρουσία των προσφυγικών κοινοτήτων, καθώς και να προωθήσει την αλληλεγγύη μεταξύ τους.

Το Φεστιβάλ Δρόμου θα περιλαμβάνει:

• Χειροτεχνίες από τις Κυπριακές και Προσφυγικές κοινότητες,
• Παραδοσιακά φαγητά
• Παιδική γωνιά
• Ενημερωτικά περίπτερα (information stands) από διάφορες μη κυβερνητικές οργανώσεις και ανεξάρτητες αρχές.
• Μουσική (DJ Claudio)

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