Other documents

Beside the specific documents for preventing and combatting human trafficking and assisting victims of trafficking, at national and international level other normative acts have been adopted in domains connected to human trafficking (children's rights, protection of victims, labor exploitation etc.) The most relevant documents are listed below.



At nationa level (in Romanian):



Law no.292/2011 of the social assistance



Law no.272/2004 for the protection and promotion of children's rights



Order no. 123-429/2004 for approving the organizing and functioning Regulations of the Subgroup for the coordination and evaluation of the activities for preventing and combating trafficking of children



Law no.302/2004 for international judicial cooperation in penal matters



Law no.39/2003 for preventing and combating organized crime



Law no.116/2002 for preventing and combating social marginalization



Law no.682/2002 for the protection of witnesses


Law no.416/2001 for the minimum guaranteed income


The texts of these documents are the ones in force on 1st December 2013, including the amendments to this date.




At international level:



United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, ratified by Romania through Law no.18/1990


International Labor Organization Convention concerning the Prohibition and Immediate Action for the Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child Labour, ratified by Romania through Law no.203/2000


Council Decision of 29 May 2000 to combat child pornography on the Internet, published in the Official Journal L 138, 09/06/200


Council Framework Decision 2002/629/JAI of 19 July 2002 on combating trafficking in human beings, published in the Official Journal L 203, 01/08/2002


Council framework Decision 2004/68/JAI of 22 December 2003 on combating the sexual exploitation of children and child pornography, published in the Official Journal L 13, 20/01/2004

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