Items tagged with 'Forced begging'

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Terre des hommes has launched a regional TV spot to raise awareness of the phenomenon of trafficking and to enhance the reporting of trafficking cases. Citizens' attention and reaction is very...
In more than 130 countries, since 2011, around the world, April the 12th is marked as International Day for Street Children. Previous year was significant since the UN Committee on the Rights of the...
Associated Press reports that Kosovo police have arrested 11 people and collected 36 children countrywide in a crackdown on child beggars.The people arrested included parents who were charged with...
Most of the victims of human trafficking in Europe come from Romania, according to Mirela Podoiu, president of Usa Deschisa Foundation, which offers assistance and protected shelter in emergency and...
This infographic from Terre des hommes Romania summarises a new report which diagnoses the processes, outcomes and effects of human trafficking of minors from Roman, Bacău and Piatra Neamț to France...
The discussion focuses on children selling on the streets, begging or working in different jobs. Children contacted say that they are helping their family, but what is the harm they cause to...
Anne Read, Director of Anti-Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Services for The Salvation Army, talks to insiders about a rise in trafficking victims in the UK and how Europe’s migrant crisis could...
DutchNews.nl writes on a new report, The Global Slavery Index, which indicates that there are 45.8 million slaves worldwide, 17,500 of which are in the Netherlands. The reports ranks 167 countries...
This publication by the Centre for the Study of Democracy presents a study on child trafficking conducted in seven EU member states: Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Romania and Slovakia....
The Re/integration of Trafficked Persons in the Balkans 2007-2014 In 2007 the King Baudouin Foundation (KBF) set up the Trafficking Victims Re/integration Programme (TVRP), which ran until 2014 in...

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