Posts By: malin

RealStars demands greater focus on sex-buyers in the EU´s work against trafficking.

RealStars is part of the EU’s platform for the civil community against human trafficking, where organisations from member states contribute and share their experiences and ideas. Last week we met in Brussels in order to plan more actions. RealStars attended and emphasised the sex buyers’ responsibility and the importance of working against demand in order… Read more »

(Svenska) Vem skyddar de kvinnor och flickor som inte finns?

A strong, captivating and informative lecture is what the participants got when RealStars invited Anna Zobnina from the European Network of Migrant Women to talk at the Clarion Post Hotel, one of the hotels that is a Fair Sex hotel. The Network of Migrant Women is a grass-roots, feminist organization whose vision is that allwomen… Read more »

The Military Academy and Corps addressed prostitution and human trafficking together with RealStars

Human trafficking and prostitution are, unfortunately, a big part of crisis and conflict. Sadly these issues tend to end up being swept under the carpet. At the beginning of May RealStars and the Military Academy´s student corps had the opportunity to arrange an important, appreciated lecture entitled “Human trafficking in times of war”. Lecturers were… Read more »

When your latte gets colder

RealStars volonteer Ida Kjellberg Stjernström writes about a deep conversation with her rumanian friend Laura. ” If you have the beautiful looks you will get the best job”   Me and my friend Laura has just been out in nature hiking together with a little group of people. Our noses are red and are in… Read more »

How I got here

Hello everybody! My name is Eric Cagenius and I recently became a volunteer here at RealStars. I thought I would tell you guys how I got in touch with RealStars, and what got me to want to be engaged.   I could start off by mentioning a lot of overwhelming numbers and statistics. But what… Read more »

While the coffe gets cold

RealStar’s volunteer Ida Kjellberg Stjernström writes about her experiences from a refugeecamp in Lebanon.  ”It was night and dark outside. We walked through the mountains with smugglers. We had no food and no water. Many of my friends did not survive. I was afraid” My friend told me this when I asked him how he… Read more »