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  • The National Rapporteur on Human Trafficking was appointed in the Netherlands in 2000. The function of the National Rapporteur is exercised by an independent agency. The Rapporteur is assisted by a team of staff members who together constitute the Bureau of the Dutch Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings (in Dutch: Bureau Nationaal Rapporteur Mensenhandel, or BNRM). One of the main tasks of the National Rapporteur is to analyse trends in the field of human trafficking and reflect on Dutch efforts to address them. The National Rapporteur collects data from various stakeholders on human trafficking and disseminates the information in a yearly report to the government. Every other year, a report with concrete recommendations is submitted to the government and made available to the public. Since April 2000 the National Rapporteur has published eight reports. The government responds to the recommendations in Parliament.



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    Postal address
    Bureau Nationaal Rapporteur Mensenhandel
    Postbus 20301
    2500 EH Den Haag

    Visiting address
    Schedeldoekshaven 131
    2511 EM Den Haag

    Telephone and fax
    Telephone: +31 (0) 70 370 45 14
    Fax: +31 (0)70 370 45 37