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News | Hearing on compensation at EP

La Strada International and Anti-Slavery International are pleased to invite you to the hearing: “Access to Justice - Ensuring Compensation for Trafficked Persons” at the European Parliament, which will be hosted by Judith Sargentini MEP on Wednesday, 28 November 2012, organised with the support of The Greens in the European Parliament. It will present findings of partners from across Europe which, in the context of the COMP.ACT project, have tried over the last years to ensure that persons who were trafficked are given access to compensation through various channels. For more information on the project, kindly refer to http://www.compactproject.org/?main=home.

Please see the poster announcing the event here.

If you are interested to participate, please register at: jill.kirwan@ccme.be before 18 November, providing name, date of birth, nationality and ID/passport number, if you do not have an access badge for the EP.

Please feel free to share this invitation among your networks.

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