European Network Against Trafficking in Human Beings

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The 2011 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report. Country Narratives: Netherlands, Poland

Document number
2781
Date
2011
Title
The 2011 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report. Country Narratives: Netherlands, Poland
Author/publisher
U.S. Department of State
Availability
LSI library
Document type(s)
Meeting Documentation/Conference Reports,
Keywords
Protection, Prevention, Prosecution, Sexual exploitation, Forced labour, Identification, Reporting, Investigation, Criminal charges, Task forces, Data analysis, Data collection, Data exchange; Organized crime, Prosecution, Law Enforcement, Criminal justice, Judicial cooperation; Victim-centred approach, National anti-trafficking measures; Criminalisation, Punishment, Crime prevention;
Summary
The Department of State prepared this report using information from U.S. embassies, government officials, nongovernmental and international organizations, published reports, research trips to every region, and information submitted to tipreport@state.gov. This email address provides a means by which organizations and individuals can share information with the Department of State on government progress in addressing trafficking. U.S. diplomatic posts and domestic agencies reported on the trafficking situation and governmental action to fight trafficking based on thorough research that included meetings with a wide variety of government officials, local and international NGO representatives, officials of international organizations, journalists, academics, and survivors. U.S. missions overseas are dedicated to covering human trafficking issues.
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