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28 Jan 2008
Concerning the “last week Romanian child trafficking affairs in London”:http://www.tdh-childprotection.org/content/view/424/1/, ‘The Economist’ writes an interesting article about was it really a traffickers’ ring...
28 Jan 2008
The Churches Alert to Sex Trafficking Across Europe (CHASTE) organized a conference on Sex Trafficking where the Home Office Minister of Britain, Vernon Coaker, was present. “One of the vilest crimes that threatens our society is the...
27 Jan 2008
The British Association for Adoption & Fostering (BAAF) reveals the problems due to the lack of awareness about private fostering. This could be putting children vulnerable at risk: iif the local authority are not informed about the arrangement...
27 Jan 2008
The Basque News and Information Channel ‘eitb24’ reveals this shocking number of 1.2 millions children trafficked a year, the world’s third criminal business after drug and arm trafficking. Before taking part in children...
21 Jan 2008
A three-month program, called Together Against Human Trafficking, was led to raise awareness on sex slavery in the Czech Republic reports ‘The Prague Post’. The Czech Republic is a well known country for sex tourism in the West and the...
20 Jan 2008
Today the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly adopted recommendations for the revision of the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption. Ruth-Gaby Vermot-Mangold (Switzerland) reveals in her report the phenomenon of disappearance of...
20 Jan 2008
The 1st of February 2008, the Europe’s Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings enters into force. It aims is to prevent trafficking, protect the human rights of victims and prosecute traffickers. Applications will be to all...
20 Jan 2008
A sensational article by the “Daily Mail” with strong pictures: an arrest by the police freed children from evil. They were smuggled into Britain by Romanian traffickers and were forced to steal and beg on the streets of London. Police...
20 Jan 2008
Extract of the presentation 28 February, 2008 in Nicosia, Cyprus, the Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (MIGS) in collaboration with the University of Nicosia will be hosting an international conference within the framework of the...
19 Jan 2008
‘The Associated Press’ reports the words of Antonio Maria Costa, the executive director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime: better data are needed to determine the magnitude of human trafficking. Moreover, some countries...

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