Stephanie Linus takes campaign against human trafficking to Italy

In partnership with the world renowned international humanitarian organisation ‘Doctors  Without Borders’, Stephanie Linus is in Italy to give support to rescued victims of human trafficking and raise her voice against such human rights violations.

  According to a statement, she will be in Italy for a few more days and will participate in various activities lined up by the organisers.

  Explaining further, the statement said: “This timely intervention is in partnership with the world-renowned international medical humanitarian organisation “Doctors Without Borders”     

 “Over the next few days, Mrs Linus will visit the rescue ship “Aquarius” to witness their activities and operations. Later she will have meetings with some of these vulnerable women,  participate in rehabilitation exercises for the rescued women, media parleys and stakeholder meetings with the aim of alleviating their sufferings and preventing more girls and women from falling prey.

 “Doctors Without Borders is one of the most impactful humanitarian organisation that rescues thousands of people who faced hazardous conditions trying to enter Europe through the sea yearly. In 2017, the Aquarius (a rescue ship)  has rescued 15,078 people”.

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