Italian legislation?

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Subject: Italian legislation?
From: Gabriele Reiter (gabriele.reiter@univie.ac.at)
Date: Thu Mar 16 2000 - 11:09:52 EST


Dear collegues,

We are currently working on a project on the combat of trafficking
in women, scrutinising the factual situation of women concerned and the
legal framework in Austria as well as relevant developments on the
international level. As we also shortly mention other European
countries' legislation (such as Sweden or Belgium) on the issue, we are
interested in getting some information on the relevant Italian
legislation, too.

Would it be possible for you to send me just some basic information on
relevant provisions of criminal law and alien law (especially, if there
exists an explicit prohibition of trafficking in the penal code and if
there is any witness protection available, such as the possibility to
obtain a residence permit during/after procedures against the
traffickers or to be covered by the national social insurance system)?

Thank you very much in advance and best regards,
Angelika Kartusch

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Boltzmann Institut fuer Menschenrechte
Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights

A-1010 Vienna, Hessgasse 1
tel. +43 1 4277 27438
fax. +43 1 4277 27429
angelika.kartusch@univie.ac.at
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