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Regional Best Practice Guidelines for the Development and Implementation of a Comprehensive National Anti-trafficking Response

Document number
1486
Date
2005
Title
Regional Best Practice Guidelines for the Development and Implementation of a Comprehensive National Anti-trafficking Response
Author/publisher
International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD)
Availability
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Document type(s)
Training Material/Resources,
Keywords
Organized crime, Prosecution, Law Enforcement, Criminal justice, Judicial cooperation; National anti-trafficking measures; Criminalisation, Punishment, Crime prevention; Unlawful deprivation of liberty, Witness assistance, Witness protection programs, Relocation, Legal remedies, Identity change, Detention, Identification, Reporting, Investigation, Criminal charges, Task forces, Data analysis, Data collection, Data exchange;
Summary
The guidelines contained in this document constitute standards and best practices for a comprehensive human rights-based, multidisciplinary and victim sensitive national anti-trafficking response (national strategies and action plans) in South-eastern Europe, based on relevant UN and European (EU) standards. The document first describes the proposed two-level structure for an anti-trafficking response, then outlines the main interrelated components that should be reflected at the strategic and operational level and finally formulates the strategic goals (WHAT) and the means of implementation to operationalise the strategic goals (HOW) of a comprehensive anti-trafficking response. Based on such best practices a model Strategy-Action Plan is developed
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