In this section you can find useful information and relevant news regarding actions and initiatives developed at national and international levels on preventing and combating human trafficking.
Europol estimează că peste 10.000 de copii refugiați în Europa au dispărut în ultimii doi ani. Există temerea că mulţi dintre ei ar putea fi exploataţi - inclusiv sexual - de grupări criminale organizate
Potrivit lui Brian Donald, un reprezentant Europol citat de „The Observer”, acest număr include copii despre care nu se mai știe nimic după ce au fost (...)
Almost nine hundred Romanians became victims of trafficking during the last year abroad. The phenomenon is so severe that event the Embassy of the United States in Bucharest sounds an alarm and supports a nongovernmental organization which will make hundreds of kilometers in Romania, for informing the people about the pimps’ traps.
” You can never forget. Never. You might recover, b (...)
Great Britain faces an increase in the phenomenon of 'modern slavery'. The victims, many from Romania and Poland, are being treated as "cattle", sold and tattooed by groups’ members wanting to mark their property.
Thousands of people are treated "as cattle" by gangs specialized in "modern slavery" which tattoo and force them to work for very low salaries. The (...)
The Northern Irish police have rescued 20 potential victims of trafficking of human beings in the course of an inquiry on forced labour in the food sector.
20 Romanians, 14 men and six women between 20 and 48 years, were rescued by police in the past five days in two different places in the County of Armagh, on the border with Ireland.
Three suspects, aged 23, 27 and 31, were arrested on s (...)
According to a new draft low, the foreigners will be employed or detached to Romania based on an approval, which can be obtained by the employer from General Inspectorate for Immigration.
The stipulations are included in a draft law regarding the employment and detachment of foreigners in Romania (citizens of other countries than Romania, other EU member states, the countries of the European Ec (...)
In 2013 the UN General Assembly established 30 July as the World Day against Trafficking in Persons.
On this occasion the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights made a statement which emphasises three main goals that will guide the work on preventing and combating trafficking in persons: 1. to uncover and expose traffickers; 2. to safeguard vulnerable children, women and men from falling p (...)