It was an honor to participate in the UNGA77 Parallel Event: Addressing Sexual Violence and Human Trafficking in Armed Conflict alongside
Åsa Regnér Deputy Executive Director for Policy, Programme, Civil Society and Intergovernmental Support, UN Women, Fawzia Koofi, Mykola Kuleba, Tatiana Kotlyarenko, OSCE/ODIHR Adviser on Anti-Trafficking Issues, Niat Amare and Ruchira Gupta.
My emphasis for me states
To have trauma-informed professionals and early identification of victims of trafficking and referral for assistance and protection, victims remain without support.
To achieve a sustainable response to preventing human trafficking in armed conflict, Member States must comply with their legal obligations under international humanitarian law and other applicable norms, especially the nondiscrimination clause, to support all refugees. It's significant to prevent wars from breaking out in the first place by putting in place peaceful conflict resolution instruments, which should be done alongside survivors to inform these tools and instruments to achieve effective policies and interventions mechanism.