Information for OSCE

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Subject: Information for OSCE
From: Melanie Orhant (morhant@igc.org)
Date: Thu Mar 30 2000 - 08:58:00 EST


From: lucciole@iol.it - please reply directly

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Please have some information from TAMPEP Italy about the new law against
trafiking. In Feb.2000 the Ministero Pari Opportunitý have financed 49
projects around Italy to support victims of trafiking.
Best regards
Pia Covre
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Da: Jill Thompson <jill@odihr.osce.waw.pl>
A: Multiple recipients of list STOP-TRAFFIC
<stop-traffic@friends-partners.org>
Data: giovedĎ 16 marzo 2000 2.04
Oggetto: seeking input on best practices/experts

Dear List:
In preparation for an upcoming conference on trafficking in human
beings in the OSCE region (Europe and former Soviet Union), I am
seeking information on the following:

1) examples of good policies and practices for the treatment of
victims of trafficking involving States/ governments, particularly
(though not limited to) Central, SouthEastern, or Eastern European
governments. (I am acquainted with good laws/practices in
Netherlands, Belgium and Italy).
2) experts qualified to discuss examples of trafficking for
purposes other than the commercial sex industry (such as
domestic servants, agricultural or factory workers) and/or
trafficking in children for forced labour/servitude (including sexual
exploitation) within Europe or involving European workers.
3) recommendations for good speakers to address the human
rights aspects of the trafficking problem (including trafficking in
women and forced prostitution) before a large audience.

Thank you in advance for whatever ideas you can provide.

Jill Thompson
OSCE/ODIHR
Advisor on Trafficking Issues
(48 22) 520-0600
jill@odihr.osce.waw.pl
Melanie Orhant <<morhant@igc.org>>
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