Awareness Raising of Judicial Authorities concerning Trafficking in Human Beings
International Organisation on Migration (IOM)
€ 135 000 (€ 110 000 of EU support)
November 2004 — October 2005
Association of Prosecutors, Bulgaria; Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic; Ministry of Justice, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany; National Council of Justice, Hungary; International Association of Prosecutors, Netherlands; International Commission of Jurists — Polish section; Human Rights Centre, Warsaw University
Objectives and results
The objective was to raise awareness among the judiciary and to strengthen European cooperation on combating the trafficking in human beings, with a particular focus on the victims in the investigation and prosecution process.
An inventory was made of national instruments and experiences in seven Member States. A set of minimum norms and requirements was developed for the treatment of victims.
Publications and other resources
- A handbook for use in national training courses for judges and prosecutors (teach the teacher method).
- Country reports on the applicable legislation, the prosecution of offenders and the treatment victims in Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands and Poland.
Peter von Bethlenfalvy, IOM - email@example.com
- How to Enhance Assistance to Victims of Human Trafficking in the Baltic Sea Region Dates: 19/03/2014 - 19/03/2014
- Stop Traffick! Conference: Efficient Strategies to Reduce Demand for Services of Victims of Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation Dates: 27/03/2014 - 27/03/2014
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