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International Round Table – 20.11.2015 – Turning Suspicion into Evidence

It was a great pleasure to organise the International Round Table on:

Preventing & Combating Human Trafficking

Turning Suspicion into Evidence

Challenging Current Policy and Justice Responses of Human Trafficking & Labour Exploitation

The International Round Table was held on 20 November 2015 at Catamaran – Austrian Trade Union Federation ÖGB, Johann-Böhm-Platz 1, Vienna.

Experts, Policy Makers, Researchers and Practitioners have discussed and challenged Risk Factors, Prevention Strategies and Procurement Procedures as well as Criminal Justice and Policy Responses and Approaches with regard to (Severe Forms of) Labour exploitation and Human Trafficking for Labour exploitation, and have provided Expertise and Know-how for more effective Solutions, including Trial Monitoring.

For more information about this event please download our:

Draft Agenda

Panelists, Commentators, Experts, Researchers, Practitioners List

For every question regarding our initiative please write at: register.thb@gmail.com

For a detailed overview and information on this International Round Table please click on the title of the post and see the PRESS TV Report by clicking on this link: http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/11/21/438510/Europe-criticized-lack-prosecution-human-trafficking


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Related Documents & Links:

Visual Language for Recognition of Human Trafficking

LINK: http://www.buendnis-gegen-menschenhandel.de/sites/default/files/visual_language_broschuere_web.pdf

FRA Severe labour exploitation Report: workers moving within or into the European Union – States’ obligations and victims’ rights

LINKS: http://fra.europa.eu/sites/default/files/fra-2015-severe-labour-exploitation_en.pdf

Powerpoint Presentation FRA

Prof. Khatarina Beclin – University of Vienna

LINK: Powerpoint Presentation – Round Table Human trafficking – Exploitation

Mike Dottrige Notes

LINK: Mike Dottridge Notes

Roger Plant Comments

LINK: Roger Plant Commentary

Kiril Sharapov Presentation: EU Civil Society Platform against Trafficking in Human Beings

LINK: Sharapov – EU Civil Society Platform against Trafficking

Vera Gracheva Talking Points

LINK: Vera Gracheva – Talking Points

Human Right Action HRA, Montenegro:

Analysis of the sentencing of Moldovan victim of THB (S.Č.) for perjury in Montenegro, LINK: http://www.hraction.org/wp-content/uploads/ANALYSIS-Moldovan-victim-S-C-did-not-have-a-fair-trial-HRA-WRC-WSH.pdf

Information on the conduct of the Judicial Council, presidents of courts and the Bar Association of Montenegro on complaints against judges and lawyer performing in the trial against S.Č., LINK: http://www.hraction.org/?p=8704

Konrad and LEFÖ: we are shocked by the conviction; LINK: http://www.hraction.org/?p=8629

ASTRA Anti Trafficking Action

LINKS: http://www.astra.org.rs/astra-publications/reports-and-studies/position-of-human-trafficking-victims-in-court-proceedings-2014/?lang=en




Professor Kirsten Foots’s recently published book: Collaborating Against Human Trafficking: Cross-Sector Challenges and Practices.

LINK Powerpoint Presentation: CAHT overview RII

The book is available via many bookstores and online booksellers, including directly from the publisher here:
There is a 30% discount for anyone who enters 4F15CAHT in the discount code box on the publisher’s webform for the book.
All royalties from this book go to nonprofits dedicated to facilitating cross-sector collaboration to end human trafficking.

4th ELPAT Congress on Ethical, Legal and Psychosocial Aspects of Organ Transplantation

The Regional Implementation Initiative on Preventing & Combating all Forms of Trafficking in Human Beings would like to share the announcement of the 4th ELPAT Congress, a special conference for professionals in the field of organ donation and transplantation addressing ethical, legal, and psychosocial aspects, which will take place 22-25 April 2016 in the Angelicum Congress Centre, Rome, Italy.

We find it interesting in that it addresses all other aspects of transplantation: ethical, legal, and psychosocial. Experts from all over the world will express their views on overcoming global transplant challenges.

For more information about the congress please follow the link: