How Israel abolished trafficking in women – The Tel Aviv Review

 

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How Israel successfully abolished the trafficking of women

Dr. Nurit Hashimshony-Yaffe, a political scientist at the Tel Aviv-Yaffo Academic College, tells us about her most recent study, which focuses on how Israel managed to clamp down on a prosperous women trafficking industry.

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IndonesiaA Muslim and Democratic state: Lessons from Indonesia

Dr. Giora Eliraz, a Middle East scholar from Hebrew University and the IDC in Herzliya, specializes in Islam in southeast Asia – namely, Indonesia and Malaysia. He discusses the exchange between the Islamic center and periphery on democracy and religion.

 

Music:

Mark Ronson feat. Amy Winehouse – Valerie

Shotey Haneuva – Kol Galgal

Maor Cohen – Shir Shel Yom Hulin

John Legend – You And I

Shalom Hanoch – Rak Ben Adam

 

Photo: President Shimon Peres awards three Israelis for their struggle against human trafficking in December 2011. (L-R) Gila Gamliel, Shimon Peres, Yaakov Neeman, and Arnon Mantbar.

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