On this page you'll find the English summaries of the reports that the National Rapporteur publishes on the nature and scale of human trafficking and sexual violence against children in the Netherlands. The full reports and other publications can be accessed on the Dutch website (in Dutch).
Canadian Centre for Child Protection - Survivors' Survey
The victim of human trafficking as offender: a combination with grave consequences.
Victims of human trafficking for labour are often exploited for years. But what happens if these victims are forced to exploit or ...
Paying the price. The criminalisation of sex with 16- and 17-year-olds for payment
Having sex for payment with a child aged sixteen or seventeen is a criminal offence in the Netherlands. The maximum sentence for ...
Child sexual abuse on trial. Part 2: The sentences (2016)
Judges in child sexual abuse cases do not sufficiently explain how they determine their sentences. Judges name a variety of ...
Statement National Rapporteur: Dutch Week against child abuse 2016
Today marks the start of the Dutch Week against Child Abuse. The goal is to raise public awareness of child abuse. As the ...
Statement of the National Rapporteur on EU Anti-Trafficking Day 2016
Today, the 18th of October 2016, marks the European Day against Human Trafficking. An important moment to reflect on modern ...
Vulnerability up Close
The National Rapporteur is concerned about the position of Roma children, Syrian child brides and children living illegally in ...
Dettmeijer-Vermeulen en Van Krimpen Spanish Chrónica 2016 July
Dettmeijer-Vermeulen en Van Krimpen English Chronicle 2016 July
July’s Chronicle, the journal of the International Association of Youth and Family Judges and Magistrates (IAYFJM), featured an ...
Dettmeijer-Vermeulen en Van Krimpen French Chronique 2016 July