European Parliament Resolution of 17 January 2006 on strategies to prevent the trafficking of women and children who are vulnerable to sexual exploitation (2004/2216 (INI))
The European Parliament adopted a resolution on strategies to prevent the trafficking of women and children who are vulnerable to sexual exploitation.
Parliament felt that it is necessary to address the prevention of trafficking not only through individual actions by each Member State but by an integrated multidisciplinary approach at the EU and international levels. Building effective prevention strategies requires, inter alia: addressing the triangle of the trafficking market, i.e. victim, trafficker and client; systematic provision of information and raising awareness amongst all categories of the population and in particular amongst vulnerable groups; and cooperation among the countries of origin, transit and destination.
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