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Rapporteur contributes to Supreme Court case
The Dutch National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children has been asked to contribute to ...
Successful first international expert meeting on domestic sex trafficking
On the first day of the Dutch Week for Safety of Children the Dutch Rapporteur organised the first ever international expert ...
Human trafficking in the Netherlands: specialised judges on human trafficking cases
Getting traffickers convicted is the final step in a successful fight against trafficking in human beings. Traffickers should ...
National Rapporteur stresses need for international cooperation in combating organ trade
The office of the Dutch National Rapporteur was represented at the international ELPAT-congress on ethical, legal and ...
Report on organ removal and forced commercial surrogacy now available
The study of the Dutch National Rapporteur on human trafficking for the purpose of the removal of organs and forced commercial ...
Watch the National Rapporteur at TEDx
On Saturday 1 December Corinne Dettmeijer, the Dutch Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings will speak about modern day ...
National Rapporteur presents First Report on Child Pornography to United Nations
The National Rapporteur will present her First Report on Child Pornography to the United Nations (UN) on 6 June 2012. Special ...
Dutch National Rapporteur gives speech on academic education in trafficking in human beings
On 25 November 2011 the Dutch National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings took part in the conference "Incorporating Human ...
Eighth Report presented by the National Rapporteur
The Eighth Report of the Dutch National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings was presented to the Dutch government on Friday ...
International Conference 13 February 2009 'Human Trafficking, turning our attention to labour exploitation'
On 13 February 2009, Utrecht University and BNRM organised the international conference 'Human Trafficking, turning our attention ...