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UN Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (UN,CEDAW) , 1997, Bangladesh Women Issues, CATW Fact Book,1 April.
Relations Committee in April 2003, Donna Hughes of CATW articulated the
CATW "is an international network of feminist groups, organizations and individuals fighting the sexual exploitation of women globally." About CATW-AP, (last visited Feb.
At present, when violence experienced by trafficked women is discussed at all, it tends to be limited to a focus on women's experiences after they leave home (for an exception, see CATW 2002).
Raymond, of the Coalition against Trafficking in Women International (CATW), requested the opportunity to present an opposing viewpoint.
This article seeks to understand how The Coalition Against the Trafficking in Women (CATW) operates and the problems it faces with the sex industry, which is a multinational industry.
The groundbreaking law was drafted by The Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW), an international organisation with 30 member groups in the Philippines including survivors of trafficking.
In her 1999 report Pimps and Predators on the Internet: Globalizing the Sexual Exploitation of Women and Children, published by the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW), Donna Hughes quotes from postings on an Internet site where sex tourists share experiences and advise one another.