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Informe de Progreso II Plan de Trabajo para Combatir la Trata de Personas en el Hemisferio Occidental 2015-2018

Informe de Progreso II Plan de Trabajo para Combatir la Trata de Personas en el Hemisferio Occidental 2015-2018

Primer informe regional sobre trata elaborardo en el marco del Segundo Plan de Trabajo para Combatir la Trata de Personas en el Hemisferio Occidental 2015-2018 y, particularmente, en cumplimiento del mandato número 11, Sección VI de dicho Plan. El cuestionario que sirvió de base para la elaboración de este Informe fue respondido por 33 Estados Miembros de la Organización, hecho también inédito en este tipo de ejercicios hemisféricos.

El Informe está compuesto por siete secciones: Autoridad Nacional; Leyes, Políticas y Planes; Características del Delito; Enfrentamiento y Sanción; Atención y Protección a Víctimas; Sistemas de Información; y Perspectiva de Género. Incluye también una sección de Comentarios Finales y una serie de Anexos con Recursos adicionales de Información. Estos 13 inventarios fueron elaborados a partir de la sistematización de los “activos” dados a conocer por los propios países a través de la información remitida en los cuestionarios y evidencia un rico acervo de las herramientas e instrumentos desarrollados

II Work Plan Against Trafficking in Persons in the Western Hemisphere 2015-2018

  • 14 February 2019
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II Work Plan Against Trafficking in Persons in the Western Hemisphere 2015-2018

The Progress Report was prepared by systematizing, processing and analyzing the responses sent by 33 Member States of the Organization of American States (out of a total of 34 active Member States) to a questionnaire prepared by the Department of Public Security of the Secretariat for Multidimensional Security, pursuant to mandate number
11, Section VI of the Second Work Plan Against Trafficking in Persons in the Western Hemisphere 2015-2018.

The Critical Role of Civil Society in Combating Trafficking in Human Beings

  • 21 December 2018
  • Posted by: Anna Uchoa
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The Critical Role of Civil Society in Combating Trafficking in Human Beings

The purpose of this Occasional Paper is to outline and analyse the role played by civil society in efforts to address the threat posed by the crime of human trafficking. Arguing that the inclusion of civil society is essential for the implementation of any viable strategy to combat human trafficking, this publication can serve as an additional tool to assist the OSCE participating States strengthen their responses to trafficking in human beings, especially in the area of partnerships as a fundamental component of an effective anti-trafficking system.

The Global Slavery Index 2016

The Global Slavery Index 2016

The Walk Free Foundation’s 2016 Global Slavery Index (GSI), using data from 167 nationally representative surveys conducted by Gallup, estimated that 45.8 million people in the world were in some form of modern slavery. Fifty-eight percent of those who are in slavery live in India, China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Uzbekistan. Civil and political protections, social health and economic rights, personal security and refugee populations and conflict are four complex dimensions that impact the vulnerability of people to modern slavery. This report conducted an assessment of government responses of 161 countries. Of these governments: 124 have criminalized human trafficking; 96 have National Action Plans; and 150 provide services to victims of modern slavery.  

Migration in the 2030 Agenda

Migration in the 2030 Agenda

The purpose of this collection of papers is first of all to draw attention to the many dimensions of the migratory experience covered by the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and secondly, to offer practical suggestions as to how these aspects of migration can be addressed effectively during the implementation process. 

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