The Hague, 26-27 April 2012, 16 pages
Federal Migration Centre, January 2016, 169 pages
The aim of this annual report is to provide an independent assessment of developments in and results of the fight against the trafficking and smuggling of human beings. It focuses on minor and young adult victims in two particularly vulnerable situations: on the one hand the victims of early and forced marriages, on the other the victims of loverboys.
FRA, 16 October 2015, 80 pages
On occasion of the 9th EU Anti-Trafficking Day, on the 18th of October 2015, the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), in close cooperation with the European Commission, publishes the report: Guardianship systems for children deprived of parental care in the European Union.
European Commission, 2015, 64 pages
The report mentions trafficking in human beings in the fourth chapter, which deals with dignity, integrity and gender related violence.
Eurojust, The Hague, 16-17 April 2015
Outcome Report of the Strategic meeting on trafficking in human beings, organised by Eurojust in The Hague on 16 and 17 April 2015 as part of Eurojust’ s strategic project on THB.
The focus of the strategic meeting was how to strengthen and improve cooperation between national judicial authorities in the fight against THB.
COM (2014) 635 final, Brussels, 17.10.2014, SWD(2014) 318 final
Report from the Commission to the Council and the European Parliament based on Article 10 of the Council Framework Decision of 19 July 2002 on combating trafficking in human beings
In this report the European Commission looks at the extent to which the requirements set out in the Council Framework Decision on combating trafficking in human beings have been met by the Member States.
Report from the Commission based on Article 12 of Council Framework Decision of 22 December 2003 on combating the sexual exploitation of children and child pornography
This report concludes that most Member States have adopted the necessary measures to comply with the provisions of the Framework Decision on combating the sexual exploitation of children and child pornography. The Commission notes the need to revise the Framework Decision, in particular to deal with offences related to developments in electronic communications technologies.