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Women Trafficking

Language: Pluringual, subtitlesEng

DVD produced by Eurovision Regional News Exchange Network in South-east Europe, ERNO, contains documentaries and news that are the result of an unprecedented cooperation among public broadcasters in South-east Europe.

The making of "Women Trafficking", a 24.53 min. documentary (sample shown here), pooled together investigative reporters from the whole region so as to better unveil the whos, hows and whats behind shocking official statistics. (From 2000 to 2004, for instance, there were 6,555 reported victims of women trafficking in the region.) The film also insists on the fact that figures like these, staggering as they are, represent but the top of an iceberg that is estimated to involve tens of thousands of young women and girls every year.

Also in this DVD:

ERNO news items (all by ZZerno)
- Selft-surgery. 2004. 3.27 min
- Queer in BiH. 2005. 4.16 min
- Mountain village. 2005. 2.45 min
- Refugees return. 2005. 3.27 min
- Music trends. 2005. 6.50 min
- Montenegro story. 2006. 5.43

As well as the short movie "One Day in the ERNO Exchange". 4.40 min

on this subject: Erno: TV news, who they are and what they do

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Place/region: Balkan region, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Romania, South East Europe
Type: Documentary
Extract: 24 min. Total length:
Production and personalities:
Director: Zzerno
Participant: Hajrudin Subasic
Publisher: ERNO Coordination Office, Sarajevo
Producer: Zeijka Lekic, Renata Karaca, Jelena Gakovic
Coproducer/sponsor: UNESCO
Published in:
Library catalogue (UNESDOC): 219102
Rights: ERNO

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Original: DVD
Location: F-H.129
UMVS reference: AUD-DIT/ISS/ARC/0263
File No: AVFONDS-2006-005800-ERNO
Rights holder: UNESCO; ERNO