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Human trafficking offenders: often aged under 23
The National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children is greatly concerned about the ...
Vulnerable young people still inadequately protected against exploitation
We should be seriously concerned about young Dutch victims of sexual exploitation and foreign victims of sexual and criminal ...
New Brochure National Rapporteur
What does the National Rapporteur do against human trafficking and sexual violence against children? What is an effective ...
Trapped in a web of sex, street culture and violence: tailored approach needed for girls
Gang rape, sextortion and sexual exploitation are forms of sexual violence experienced by young women and girls in Amsterdam. At ...
Scattered approach to sexual violence against children
The issue of sexual violence against children is insufficiently recognised by the government. This is the conclusion of the ...
Effective measures against human trafficking on shaky ground
Young victims of sexual exploitation in the Netherlands are becoming less visible, while a coordinated approach is still lacking. ...
National Rapporteur contributes expertise to UN Committee on children’s rights
In response to the upcoming reporting procedure of the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child, the National Rapporteur on ...
Labour exploitation and criminal exploitation often go unpunished
Every year, around 23 cases of labour exploitation and criminal exploitation are brought before a judge and just half of these ...
Doctors need more guidance in order to identify human trafficking
According to the Dutch Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children, medical professionals ...
Victims of human trafficking still underreported
The gap between the number of reported victims and the total number of victims of human trafficking remains. Since 2015, the ...