The UK government has not appointed a National Rapporteur. However, the role of a National Rapporteur is primarily exercised by the Inter-Departmental Ministerial Group (IDMG). The IDMG is supported in this by the UK Human Trafficking Centre (UKHTC); UK Border Agency and the NGO Stakeholder Group.
This section offers contact information to coordinating bodies in Member States, responsible for anti-trafficking initiatives, as well as other government bodies and agencies working in the field of anti-trafficking. It also offers contacts to EU institutions and agencies, international and non-governmental organisations.
Non-Discrimination Ombudsman acts as the Finnish National Rapporteur on trafficking in persons. In January 2009 the Finnish government appointed the Ombudsman for Minorities to serve as the National Rapporteur, followed by the Non-Discrimination Ombudsman since 1st January 2015. The National Rapporteur is an independent actor, administratively situated within the Ministry of Justice.
The tasks of the National Rapporteur include:
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The Bulgarian government has not established a National Rapporteur. However, the National Commission for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings (NCCTHB), established in 2004, de facto fulfills the same function as a national Rapporteur. The NCCTHB is a collective body of the Council of Ministers, chaired by a Deputy Prime Minister and composed of high-level officials from twelve ministries and institutions.
Jorge Sanchis Bordetas
Head of Cabinet
Secretary of State for Security
Josefa Valcárcel St 28, 5th floor
Telephone +34 91 537 27 89
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