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.
COM(2012) 226 final, Brussels, 21.5.2012
This strategy document states that many Roma women and children are identified as victims of trafficking in human beings (p. 2) and that Member States should address trafficking in human beings within the context of National Rome Integration Strategies (p. 14).
COM(2015) 285 final, Brussels, 27.5.2015
This Action Plan emphasizes the importance of sharing information on the links between migrant smuggling and trafficking in human beings.
COM(2015) 240 final, Brussels, 13.5.2015
The European Agenda on Migration stresses the importance of taking actions against traffickers networks as well as assisting victims of trafficking.
On the 22nd of September 2015, the European Commission and the European External Action Service adopted a new framework for the EU's activities on gender equality and women's empowerment in EU's external relations.
10 September 2015, Strasbourg
Commissioner Avramopoulos addressed the Plenary of the European Parliament on the gender dimension of trafficking in human beings.
COM (2014) 635 final, Brussels, 17.10.2014, SWD(2014) 318 final
To mark the 8th EU Anti-trafficking day on 18 October 2014, the Commission is today taking stock of all coordinated efforts which have been made during the 2010-2014 European Commission mandate towards the goal of eradicating human trafficking.
Commission Decision of 14 October 2011 on the request by the United Kingdom to accept Directive 2011/36/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council on preventing and combating trafficking in human beings and protecting its victims, and replacing Council Framework Decision 2002/629/JHA
The anti-trafficking Directive 2011/36/EU came into force for the United Kingdom from 14th October 2011.
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.