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Alliance against Trafficking in Persons: Statements at the First Meeting

Document number
1083
Date
2004
Title
Alliance against Trafficking in Persons: Statements at the First Meeting
Author/publisher
Special Representative on Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, Anti-Trafficking Assistance Unit (ATAU), Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE)
Availability
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Document type(s)
Meeting Documentation/Conference Reports,
Keywords
Ivo Petrov; Ján Kubiš; Helga Konrad; Council of Europe Convention for Victims of Trafficking; Victim-centred Approach; Maud de Boer Buquicchio; Council of Europe; Gerda Theuermann; International Centre for Migration Policy Development; Human Rights approach; Zdislaw Kedzia; UNOHCHR; Christian Strohal; ODIHR; Trafficking in Children and Minors; Helena Eversole; UNICEF; Boris Scharlowski; Terre des Hommes; National Rapporteur; Anna Korvinus; National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings, The Netherlands; Labour Dimensions of Human Trafficking; Roger Plant; Forced Labour; ILO; Mary Cunneen; Anti Slavery International; Migration; Marco A. Gramegna; IOM; Gottfried Köfner; UNHCR; Organised Crime; Jean-Paul Laborde; UNODC; Hamish McCulloch; INTERPOL; Corruption; Ugo Draetta; Stability Pact Anti-Corruption Initiative; SPAI; Peacekeepers; Jean-Christian Cady; UNMIK; Susan Pond; NATO
Summary
Conference sponsored by the OSCE Special Representative on Combating Trafficking in Human Beings and the Anti-Trafficking Assistance Unit; Under the Aegis of the Alliance Against Trafficking in Persons, 23 July 2004, Vienna, Austria. Because the key to sustainable solutions in the fight against trafficking in human beings is cooperation and coordination, the former OSCE Special Representative Helga Konrad initiated a close partnership with relevant international actors under the heading of Alliance Against Trafficking in Persons, of which La Strada International is part of. Within this framework, the Special Representative convened two meetings per year - one at the level of Ministers and one at expert level. The first Alliance meeting took place in Vienna in July 2004, and addressed cooperation, human rights, labour, migration, organized crime and minors as they relate to the problem of human trafficking.
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