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First annual report of the Inter-Departmental Ministerial Group on Human Trafficking

Secretary of State for the Home Department, October 2012, 107 pages

This report sets out an assessment of human trafficking in the UK by the Inter-Departmental Ministerial Group on Human Trafficking (IDMG).

It notes that the UK has already achieved significant progress in the fight against trafficking. It recognises that any response must be able to quickly adapt and evolve to keep pace with the traffickers. Three key areas have been identified where further concerted effort is needed to improve and strengthen the UK’s approach:

Promoting Transnational Partnerships - Preventing and Responding to Trafficking in Human Beings from Brazil to EU Member States

Budget Line

DCI-MIGR 2008/153-137 - Thematic Program for Migration and Asylum

Countries/Regions –

Brazil, Italy, and Portugal

Main Implementing partner

International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD)

www.icmpd.org

Budget

628.000€ (500.000 Euros of EU contribution)

Timeframe

2009-2011

Partners

Project A Comparative Analysis of Community Focused Initiatives

A Comparative Analysis of Community Focused Initiatives Aimed at Supporting Women, Children and Young People Who Have Been the Focus of Violence, Exploitation or Trafficking in Three Regions of the United Kingdom, Germany and Romania 

Reference

JLS/DAP/2007-1/05 

Promoter

Newman University College, UK

Budget

€284.000 (€235.000 of EU support)

Timeframe

RAVOT-EUR – Referral and assistance for victims of human trafficking in Europe

Reference

HOME/2012/ISEC/AG/4000004405

Promoter

Hungarian Ministry of Interior

Budget

346 069 EUR (EU funding: 311 462 EUR)

Timeframe

1/02/2014-31/01/2016

Partners

Belgium, The Netherlands

Objectives and main deliverables

IPA 2007 Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH)

Assistance to the Ministry of Security, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Ministry for Human Rights and Refugees and Other Competent Authorities in Effectively Managing Migration

Project
IPA 2007 Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) - Assistance to the Ministry of Security, Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Ministry for Human Rights and Refugees and Other Competent Authorities in Effectively Managing Migration

Reference
IPA 2007 - Ctr No 227 726

Promoter

Adoption of draft Council Conclusions - Targeting developing forms of trafficking in human beings in the EU Member States

In this document the Council of the European Union calls for the Member States and the Institutions of the EU to provide information on developing forms of trafficking, and to enhance prevention activities.

The Council invites Member States to elaborate or enhance regular, multidisciplinary training for professionals, to include information on THB, including all forms of exploitation in training tools at all relevant levels of education.

Promotion of Rights, Capacity Building Measures and Initiatives to Curb and Temporary Migration including Human Smuggling and Trafficking (C-PRISM) - Pakistan

Reference

2007/143930 - AENEAS

Countries/Regions - Pakistan

Promoter

Actionaid COo ltd

http://www.actionaid.org/

Budget

1.110.000€ (880.000€ of EU support)

Timeframe

2007-2010

Other Partners

Basic Education for Awareness, Reforms and Empowerment (BEFARe) and Associated Partners in the ActionAid and BEFARe Partnership Networks

Objectives and results

First annual report of the Inter-Departmental Ministerial Group on Human Trafficking

Secretary of State for the Home Department, October 2012, 107 pages

This report sets out an assessment of human trafficking in the UK by the Inter-Departmental Ministerial Group on Human Trafficking (IDMG).

It notes that the UK has already achieved significant progress in the fight against trafficking. It recognises that any response must be able to quickly adapt and evolve to keep pace with the traffickers. Three key areas have been identified where further concerted effort is needed to improve and strengthen the UK’s approach:

ICMPD - Anti-Trafficking Training for Judges and Prosecutors – Handbook, Background reader and Curriculum

2006, respectively 85 pages, 180 pages and 116 pages

This training manual was developed with the objective of raising awareness about the crime of human trafficking as a serious crime and a violation of human rights, and of enhancing the capability and skills of judges and prosecutors to adequately detect trafficking cases and implement anti-trafficking legislation in line with agreed European and international standards.

Call for proposals - Daphne III Action grants 2011-2012

This call for proposals for action grants aims to co-fund projects that fall under the objectives of the DAPHNE III Programme2. Overall priority will be given to large-scale projects built on a wide partnership involving organisations from a significant number of Member States and offering a true European scope and relevance.

The projects under this call for proposals shall focus on the annual priorities described below:

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