Preliminary programme - alterations can be made
Workshop 1: Men fighting sexual exploitation in prostitution and trafficking - how and why?
Moderator: Magnus Heunicke, Member of Parliament, Social Democrats
Tomas Wetterberg, Chairman, Men for Gender Equality, Sweden:
'Men against men's violence against women - how and why?'
Jens Høvsgaard, Journalist and Author:
'I could buy a slave'
Balder Mørk Andersen, Spokesperson, the March 8 Initiative:
'Men buying sex - men's responsibility'
Peter Hummelgaard Thomsen, President, The Social Democratic Youth of Denmark (DSU):
'DSU: Our work against prostitution and traffcking'
Workshop 2: Civil society takes responsibility - the good examples
Moderator: Pia Olsen Dyhr, Member of Parliament, Socialistic People's Party
Trine Rogg Korsvik, PhD, Historian, Oslo University:
'Taking social responsibility - the anatomy of resistance'
Marianne Bruun, Gender Rights Consultant, 3F (Trade Union):
'Why did a trade union campaign against trafficking in women?
3F's campaign against trafficing'
Sandra Weinert, CEO, Hotel Guldsmeden:
'Hotel Guldsmedens campaign against trafficking in women'
Mette Nørgaard Poulsen, Volunteer, the March 8 Initiative:
'Campaigning for Change: Examples from the work of the March 8 Initiative'
Workshop 3: Out of prostitution - what does it take?
Moderator: Line Barfod, Member of Parliament, the Red/Green Alliance
Lisa Reynolds and Helen Easton:
'Exit models - down to practice'
Birgitte Lieberkind, Psychologist:
'Experiences from therapeutic treatment of persons
with experiences from prostitution'
Lita Malmberg, Social Education Worker:
'Out of prostitution - and then what?'
Alice Hansen, Mentor, the Swan Groups:
'The way out of prostitution - the work of the Swan Groups'