Publication of Booklet on Human Trafficking

The National Legal Aid Clinic for Women has recently published a series of informative and helpful booklets about various issues affecting women and children in Zambia, with support from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.

Human Trafficking (trading or buying and selling of human beings) is a form of modern slavery whereby victims are moved usually from one place to another and subjected to force, lied to or pressured into commercial sex, labour or work against their will or sold.

Learn more by downloading a pdf version of this booklet here:

Publication of Booklet on Human Trafficking
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National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW)
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National Legal Aid Clinic for Women (NLACW) was established in 1990 to provide affordable legal aid services to women and children from marginalised social sectors who have been victims of social injustice. Often these people cannot afford the cost of hiring a lawyer to represent them in their pursuit of justice. NLACW offers legal services, representation, legal information and education and conducts advocacy for policy and law reform on women and children’s rights. NLACW’s activities are financed by donations from their mother body, the Law Association of Zambia (LAZ), client contributions and co-operating partners. NLACW wants to see a society where underprivileged women and children have fair and equal access to legal rights through legal representation.