Full Report

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Posted on 14th marzo 2011 by Comunicazione On the Road in News

 

 

E-notes Report on the implementation of anti-trafficking policies

and interventions  in the 27 EU member States

 

It describes the legislation, policies and actions that the 27 governments of the European Union organised in response to trafficking in human beings, focusing on 2008 and 2009 (the most recent years for which information was available in mid 2010). It was produced by the European NGOs Observatory on Trafficking , Exploitation and Slavery (“E-Notes”), an initiative by four non –governmental organizations (Associazione On the Road, La Strada International, ACCEM and ALC) with the broad goal of monitoring what governments throughout the European Union (EU) do to stop slavery, human trafficking and the various forms of exploitation associated with trafficking. A further 23 non-governmental organizations were involved in the project, along with researchers in each country. The project was financed by the European Commission, which, however, has no responsibility for the contents of the report. The report reveals that governments within the EU have different interpretations of what actions should be given priority to stop trafficking and to protect people who have been trafficked and indicates that the protection provided to many trafficked persons is inadequate. The report contains recommendations for both governments and the European Union as a whole. A summary of the report is included in each of the EU’s national languages.

 

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Addressing Trafficking in Human Beings – 20 October, Brussels

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Posted on 30th settembre 2010 by Comunicazione On the Road in Event

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“ADDRESSING TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS: GOVERNMENTS’ RESPONSES IN THE EU AND NGO STRATEGIES OUTSIDE THE EU”
20th October, 2010
Renaissance Brussels Hotel (Ballroom I)
Rue du Parnasse 19, 1050 Brussels

With the financial support from the Prevention of
and Fight against Crime Programme of the European Union
European Commission – Directorate-General Home Affairs

09:45 – 10:00 Registration of participants
10:00 – 10:15 Introduction
10 :05 – 10:15 Introduction, Anastasia Anthopoulos, Oak Foundation
10:15 – 11:20 First session: Anti-trafficking policies and interventions in the EU
Michael Carlin, European Commission, DG Home
Introduction to the report, Isabella Orfano, E-Notes coordinator
Mike Dottridge presenting the report conducted for the E-Notes project
Report on the policies and interventions of European Union Member States in 2008-2009 in response to human trafficking
Questions and answers
11:20 – 11:45 Coffee Break
11:45 – 13:00 Second session: Responses to child trafficking outside the EU
Experiences from the field: projects by Terre des hommes and partners
- Experience in Southeast Asia: Amihan Abueva, Asia ACTs
- Experience in Southeast Europe: Maja Varoslija, Open-Gate/La Strada
- Exploring the issue of Children on the move: Pierre Cazenave, Terre des hommes Foundation
Questions and answers
13:00 – 13:45 > Lunch
13:45 – 15:00 Martha Mendez, European Commission, AIDCO
Mike Dottridge presenting the report conducted for TDHIF
In pursuit of good practice in responses to child trafficking: Experiences from Latin America, Southeast Europe and Southeast Asia
Questions and answers
15:00 – 15:30 Conclusions and closing


Download AGENDA Conference TDHIF & E-notes 20 Oct 2010