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Dutch Rapporteur: ‘The archetypal child molester does not exist’
In her report ‘Child sexual abuse on trial’, the National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against ...
National Rapporteur gives the opening speech of the panel of Missing Children in New York
Missing children and human trafficking, two problems that have a greater interdependency than is commonly thought. Missing ...
National Rapporteur delivers a speech at the Chairpersons' meeting on human trafficking in the digital age
In the context of the Dutch EU Presidency parliamentarians from various European states came to The Hague to discuss modern forms ...
Dutch Rapporteur visits Washington
Dutch National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children Corinne Dettmeijer will visit ...
New figures on identification and protection of victims of human trafficking and prosecution of traffickers
More possible victims of human trafficking were identified in the Netherlands in 2014. The largest group of possible victims were ...
Dutch Rapporteur: less thresholds for victims of sexual violence
More victims and perpetrators of sexual violence against children should be identified. The existing thresholds for victims to ...
A report of modern forms of slavery in the Netherlands. Data on human trafficking 2008-2012
In her report “Trafficking in Human Beings: Visible and Invisible II”, the National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and ...
Rapporteur concerned at results of study on organ trafficking
Many health care professionals who treat kidney patients know of patients who have travelled abroad for a transplant. A large ...
Researching and Reporting on Trafficking in Human Beings
Growing attention to the subject of trafficking in human beings highlights the real need for more knowledge on its nature and ...
Combating human trafficking: more attention needed for minors, the prostitution sector and new forms of exploitation
The Netherlands is performing relatively well in terms of combating human trafficking, with a steadily growing number of ...