The goal of this collaborative project is to limit the opportunities Swedes have to abuse children in foreign countries. Here, Britta describes a rather special trip. Childhood, together with ECPAT, has received money from the Swedish Postcode Lottery to work with the national operations department of the Swedish Police, the national organization against trafficking under the Swedish Gender Equality Agency and Child Safe Movement on a project that is intended to limit the opportunities Swedish perpetrators have to abuse children outside the country. Who are they? How do they contact children?
Her goals are lofty and her head is in the clouds. If she invites you back to her place, go. She might take you to a launch party, a fashion event, or The Commons to show you off to her friends. You know her.
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Nakhon Ratchasima education zone 6 on Tuesday issued an order transferring Nathaphop Boonthongtho, director of Patong Thanoen Samakkhi School in Bua Yai district, to an inactive post at the zone office. Mr Nathaphop would be called for questioning. So far, officials had been unable to contact him. He was absent from the school and had turned off his mobile phone. They had also previously complained unsuccessfully to the zone office, objecting to his being posted to the school after being involved in a sex scandal at his former school.