Traffic of Human Beings: a new frontier in European judicial cooperation in the fight against transnational organised crime
€ 80 000 (€ 21 000 of EU support)
April 2005 — November 2005
Ministry of Justice of North Rhine Westphalia, Germany; Judicial School, Barcelona; Institute of Judicial Studies, Netherlands
Objectives and results
The project consisted in organising a two-and-a-half-day seminar in Rome, open to magistrates and police officers. The case study approach was combined with theoretical presentations.
The aim was to exchange the most efficient methods and to encourage international judicial cooperation and the use of European bodies such as Eurojust.
The main result was the creation of an IT database, designed as a tool for disseminating knowledge about the trafficking and exploitation of human beings and about the ‘new mafia’.
Celentano Carmelo, Superior Council of Magistrates - email@example.com
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