Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings

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Disappearing, departing, running away - A surfeit of children in Europe

Terre des Homme, 2010, 88 pages

The study - carried out in Belgium, France, Spain and Switzerland in 2008-2009 - focuses on the alarming phenomenon of foreign unaccompanied minors disappearing from institutions.

The study has mainly been conducted through interviews with approximately 90 professionals in charge in these institutions. It includes recommendations to governments, legislative authorities, the judiciary and social services.

The following observations are made:

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E-NOTES

European NGOs Observatory on Trafficking, Exploitation and Slavery

Reference

ISEC/2008/072

Promoter

Association ON THE ROAD, Italy

Budget

€ 192 000 of EU support

Timeframe

October 2009 – October 2010

Partners

Association La Strada, Italy; ACCEM, Spain; ALC/SPRS, France

Objectives and results

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Enhancing Multi-Stakeholder Cooperation to Fight Human Trafficking in Countries of Origin and Destination - Nigeria

Reference

DCI-MIGR 2010/229-815 - Thematic Programme for Migration and Asylum

Countries/Regions

Nigeria

Promoter

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime - UNODC

Budget

770.000€ (615.000€ of EU contribution)

Timeframe

February 2011 – July 2012

Partners

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Development of transnational mechanisms to fight against human trafficking in Romania and in Bulgaria

Reference

ISEC/2007/486

Promoter

Secours Catholique — Caritas, France

Budget

€ 150 000 (€ 90 000 of EU support)

Timeframe

Ongoing, started in December 2007

Partners

Asociatia Caritas Bucharest, Romania; Ruse Catholic Organisation Caritas, Bulgaria

Objectives and results

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France

The French government has appointed in May 2014 the CNCDH (Commission nationale consultative des droits de l’homme) as Independent National Rapporteur. The CNCDH is preparing its first evaluation report on the fight against human trafficking in France and on the implementation of the national action plan. The report will be published before the end of year 2015.

 

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