Sep 28 2010
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As muti-related crime does not typically involve the recruitment and transport of persons it may be more appropriately categorized as "organ trafficking" rather than "human trafficking". This and other issues surrounding muti-related crime are discussed in latter parts of this report. The objectives of the study were to: • Study the character of internal trafficking of persons in South Africa • Determine the extent to which local stakeholders have direct experience with cases of internal trafficking • Verify internal trafficking routes in order to inform future prevention efforts • Cautiously analyze demographic data to determine trends on vulnerable populations • Develop a better understanding of the methods and means of recruitment for internal trafficking • Provide recommendations for counter-trafficking programming, law enforcement, legal bodies, social service agencies, and government officials to more effectively address internal traffickingMore information about human trafficking on the website of IOM.
- 3rd General report on GRETA’s activities
- IOM: A Situational Analysis of Aruba’s Response to Human Trafficking
- Guatemala's Protocol for Repatriation of Human Trafficking Victims
- Guatemala's Law Against Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking
- Armenia Action Plan for Prevention of Trafficking in Persons 2004_2006
- Egypt National Action Plan 2011-2013
- Egypt National Action Plan 2011-2013-arabic
- UK Human TRafficking: The Government Stragey 2011
- Norway_The Government’s Plan of Action against Human Trafficking (2011–2014)
- Report Card on State Action to Combat International Trafficking