The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights has urged China and other non-signatories to ratify rights agreements to help counter the rise in trafficking of women and children worldwide. High Commissioner Louise Arbour spoke at an Asia-Pacific human rights conference on Tuesday.
U.N. agencies say millions of women and children continue to be smuggled across borders, ending up as prostitutes, beggars, or doing forced labor.
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Posted by Li Xiaorong | Aug 31, 2005