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How the Caribbean Combats Human Trafficking - Part 6

The ranking of former British colonies in the annual Trafficking In Persons (TIP) Report began as early as 2003 – a mere two years into the life of the Report. 608 more words

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How the Caribbean Combats Human Trafficking - Part 5

With the signing and coming into force of the Palermo Protocol, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) was responsible to monitor and report on the progress being made by member states of the United Nations to comply with their obligations thereunder. 1,744 more words

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How the Caribbean Combats Human Trafficking - Part 3

We ended the previous part of this series with a statement that the terms Trafficking In Persons or Human Trafficking were unknown in the language of the laws of the former British Colonies until the early part of this century. 594 more words

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Global Sisters Report - July 29th

Catholic sisters among those embracing international efforts against Human Trafficking writes Chris Herlinger, a reporter for Global Sisters who attended the July 13th ‘side event’ at the United Nations. 71 more words

Assessing Trafficking in Persons and Health

CHAPEL HILL, NC—An estimated 21 million people, including 5.5 million children, are victims of human trafficking (UNICEF). Trafficking in persons (TIP) is a human rights violation with serious public health consequences. 249 more words

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Malaysian NGOs demand government action on human trafficking

26 July 2016 – Malaysian authorities need to prosecute more human trafficking cases if they are serious about tackling the problem, NGO leaders said Tuesday as a U.S. 171 more words

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July 30 - World Day against Trafficking in Persons

In 2013 the United Nations General Assembly designated July 30 as the World Day against Trafficking in Persons. This was an action taken following review of the Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Person adopted in 2010.   361 more words