Anne-Marie Lizin welcomes you on her new website !
You'll find a lot of informations such as : full agenda and news as regularly as possible. Find also pictures and all informations about her career and life.
Feel free to subscribe to her newsletter.
You'll also notice that a new movement was freshly created. This new movement is called "POURHUY" and has the will to offer a new alternative to the authorities in office. We are working on various friendly activities with some people sharing the same love for our city, they wish to offer you funny cultural events and amazing social actions.
Hocrint has done a fantastic job during the last days in New York (Pekin+15) and the women’s day in Paris, focusing on honour crimes and forced marriages at the highest level.
The colloque in France was the first on this matter.
Who are we ?
Specialists and individuals involved to fight the honour crimes and forced marriages in all countries concerned in the world.
What is HOCRINT ?
A computerized connection, sending information to the members of the network.
Any of you may add informations.
In sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will put it on the hocrintnet via Mrs Anne-Marie Lizin.
Where are we ?
In Paris ( 6 place Saint Germain des Près 75005 PARIS France ) and all over the world
Download the press release 23/04/2012
We are delighted to inform you that the Youth Against Human Trafficking facebook page has now been officially published!
This page was created in response to the feedback we have been receiving throughout the years from young people of 15-24 years’ wanting to become more involved in raising awareness and taking action against this illicit trade and terrible violation of human rights.
We hope that Youth Against Human Trafficking will therefore be their platform to express themselves and share their thoughts about ending human trafficking. We also hope that through this page, young people will be able to organize the activities they wish to explore by using the communication channel they like best: social media.
The youth have always been an important component of our activities since the creation of End Human Trafficking Now (EHTN) in 2006. We have tried to integrate a young people’s section in all our events and will continue to do so in the future. This is not only a two-way learning experience but also an opportunity to hear what young people have to say, and take their thoughts and concerns on board.
We look forward to seeing how young people will use this facebook platform to promote peace, human security and zero tolerance to human trafficking. To these activists of today and leaders of tomorrow, we would like to reiterate the following message:
“This page is for YOU to SPEAK OUT against human trafficking! So please invite all your friends and make change happen!!”
With best regards,
Senior Advocacy & Communications Manager
End Human Trafficking Now
With Malala Yusafzai and her father, at their place, in Birmingham.