Feb 13 2012
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Acknowledging the crucial role played by monitoring and evaluation of the anti-trafficking frameworks in place in each EU Member State to ensure the full protection of trafficked persons' rights, Associazione On the Road (Italy), ACCEM (Spain), ALC (France) and La Strada International (Netherlands) - NGOs with long-standing experience in the anti-trafficking field - decided to lay the first foundation stones to define a shared and comparable methodology for NGOs to monitor and report on progress. The eventual aim of this work is, to establish a Europe-wide, permanent reporting mechanism that would allow the situation in different countries to be compared and which would be implemented by the NGO community, focussing on policies and interventions intended to stop human trafficking, exploitation and slavery in Europe and intending to enhance and support policies linked to the protection of and assistance for trafficked persons.
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