Thai Government and International Organizations Pledge Cooperation to Provide Assistance to Victims
Two months after psychiatric treatment that included shock therapy, the 24-year-old woman is much recovered.
Thailand - Laos Provincial Cooperation Accord Signed
Thailand and Laos have reached a provincial-level agreement to jointly combat crossborder crime, ranging from drug trafficking and the hiring of illegal immigrants to the flesh trade.
Anti-trafficking Agreement Signed between Vietnam and Thailand
Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej opened a three-day visit to Vietnam Monday with the signing of an agreement between the two countries on combating human trafficking.
Police Break Up Group Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation in Europe
Police in Italy and across Europe have arrested a group of mainly Nigerian citizens accused of trafficking women for sex, European police agency Europol said.
Taiwan Forms Anti-human Trafficking Group
An international alliance of Filipino migrant organizations hailed the decision of the Taiwan government to form a group to look into cases of human trafficking and take legal action against employers found guilty of the transnational crime.
Trafficking of Sri Lankan Children to Singapore
A racket involving the smuggling of more than 20 Sri Lankan children to Singapore has been busted and four suspects arrested, the National Child Protection Authority disclosed.
Europe Reconsiders Prostitution as Sex Trafficking Booms
Trafficking and forced prostitution are on the rise, and the EU countries' complicated prostitution laws make prosecution difficult.
Trafficking of Filipinas in Singapore
The Philippine Embassy in Singapore reports on unabated trafficking of Filipinas to Singapore.
Welcome Remarks at the Second Inter-Ministerial Meeting of the COMMIT Process by Mr. Khalid Malik, United Nations Resident Coordinator
On 14 December 2007, the United Nations Resident Coordinator spoke to the second Inter-Ministerial Meeting of the COMMIT process.
Council of Europe Convention Against Trafficking in Human Beings Will Enter into Force
The Council of Europe Convention against Trafficking in Human Beings (CETS n° 197) will enter into force on 1 February 2008, following the ratification by Cyprus as the tenth country to ratify it.
Australia Provides Aid to Indonesia to Combat Human Trafficking
Australia has announced it will give support to Indonesia's fight against human trafficking, aid which will add to programs already being helped by the UN and the US.
National Workshop to Review Burma's Draft National Plan of Action to Combat Human Trafficking
From 22 to 23 March 2007, a national workshop to review Burma's draft National Plan of Action to Combat Human Trafficking was held in Naypyitaw.
Vietnam & China Work Together to Fight Human Trafficking
Vietnamese and Chinese police have stepped up co-operation in the battle against human trafficking.
ILO Holds Mekong Women's Forum in Vietnam
Leading women from across the GMS unite to intensify action against human trafficking, discrimination and labour/sexual exploitation Women activists from across the Greater Mekong Sub-region gathered in Viet Nam during the week of 12-13 July 2007 to intensify their efforts in combating human trafficking and the related discrimination, labour and sexual exploitation endured by thousands of young women across the sub-region.
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