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The Red Cross warns against the violence of Croatian border guards against migrants trying to enter the country from neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina, AP reports.

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Cop accused of sex crimes against human trafficking victims

Officer was investigating an Eastern European gang that brought women to Israel for prostitution; is suspended from force

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Italian parents under house arrest for forcing 9-year-old into prostitution

The parents of a nine-year-old girl have been placed under house arrest for forcing their daughter into prostitution, police in the southern Italian region of Sicily said on Monday.

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Let Europe face up to human trafficking in 2018

Europe’s reception of children seeking refuge is particularly shameful

Last year came to an end with horrific images of slave labour markets in Libya, and a further UN Security Council resolution ...

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Big hit against sexual exploitation: criminal group dismantled in Spain and Romania

Spanish National Police and the Romanian Police have joined forces, supported by Europol and Eurojust, to dismantle an organised crime group involved in trafficking women for sexual exploitation in ...

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European Resource Center

Students of the Faculty of Law (General program) and students of Criminology and Security Studies of Džemal Bijedić University of Mostar, on Wednesday 15.03.2020 ,received webinar training  on monitoring of strategic litigations on TIP and related crimes within project " Victim-centred Approach to Prevention of Trafficking in Persons in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Improving Identification, Protection and Access to Justice (VICAPT) organized by the International Forum of Solidarity-EMMAUS, with USAID support.

Eminent faculty lecturers, Mr Elmedin Muratbegović, Mr Denis Pajić, Ms Sunčice Hajdarović ,and Ms Hajrija Hadžiomerović Muftić, former federal prosecutor and CEST educator, enabled this group of students to gain additional knowledge about:

  • the phenomenon of trafficking in human beings and related criminal offenses, criminal elements, forms, and applicable legal provisions on trafficking in human beings in BiH and related criminal offenses, with reference to international standards and European instruments related to trafficking in human beings;
  • victim profiles, victimization and secondary victimization, psychological and health impact of trafficking on victims;
  • procedural elements and actions - court and other proceedings in cases of trafficking in human beings and related criminal offenses, as well as codes of ethics of judicial institutions and procedures on confidentiality and data protection that must be observed during trial monitoring.

Each student will receive the certificate.

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