Protection Schemes for Victims of Trafficking in Selected EU Member Countries, Candidate and Third Countries

Protection Schemes for Victims of Trafficking in Selected EU Member Countries, Candidate and Third Countries

by Joanna Apap, Felicita Medved
     
 

It is becoming more clear that the main purpose of trafficking in human beings is exploitation, whether or not for sexual purposes. In an effort to combat this exploitation at a global level, particularly amongst children, this material was prepared for an international seminar held December 2002 directed at exchanging information about the best practices in… See more details below

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It is becoming more clear that the main purpose of trafficking in human beings is exploitation, whether or not for sexual purposes. In an effort to combat this exploitation at a global level, particularly amongst children, this material was prepared for an international seminar held December 2002 directed at exchanging information about the best practices in protection of victims. The materials include case studies of how the international Trafficking Protocol is applied, a survey of victim and witness protection in the EU, and legislative proposals on granting short-term permits of stay from witnesses and victims to provide residences and work for them and to allow them to better aid prosecution of perpetrators. Distributed by United Nations Publications. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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ISBN-13:
9789290681564
Publisher:
United Nations Publications
Publication date:
04/01/2005
Pages:
102
Product dimensions:
8.10(w) x 11.60(h) x 0.40(d)

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