- 17/02/2011UNODC provides regular training at NATO School on Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is the guardian of the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime (UNTOC), and the Protocols thereto. In this regard, UNODC in cooperation with NATO and the NATO School supports the implementation in practice of the Trafficking in Persons and Smuggling of Migrants Protocols.
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- 13/02/2011Video and Audio on Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling
Video and audio material on Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling
- 09/02/2011Rani: défenseur inébranlable pour la liberté face à l'esclavage et la traite humaine
Avec plus de 2,4 millions de personnes en captivité à travers le monde, la traite des êtres humains est devenu à notre époque l'un des crimes et des problèmes majeurs de notre société. Pratiquement tous les pays dans le monde sont touchés par ce crime, que ce soit en tant que pays d'origine, de transit ou de lieu de destination des victimes.
- 26/01/2011Final EGM to draft In-depth Training Manual on Investigating and Prosecuting Migrant Smuggling
Pretoria - From 18 January to 20 January 2011 the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Regional Office Southern Africa hosted the final Expert Group Meeting (EGM) for the drafting of an In-depth Training Manual on Investigating and Prosecuting the Smuggling of Migrants in Pretoria, South Africa.
Migrants smuggling has become an increasing challenge affecting virtually every country in the world, either as a country of origin, transit or destination. As the guardian of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and its supplementary protocols, the primary goal of UNODC with respect to combating the smuggling of migrants is to promote global adherence to the Migrant Smuggling Protocol and to assist States in their efforts to effectively implement it.
- 04/01/2011Rani: an unwavering advocate for freedom from slavery and human trafficking
With more than 2.4 million people held captive across the world, human trafficking has become one of today's major crimes and issues of social concern. UNODC interviewed Rani Hong, a survivor of human trafficking and the founder of the Tronie Foundation to support survivors of the crime. For the past 10 years, Rani has been sharing her story across the globe to inspire people and collect support for her work with survivors of human trafficking.
- 20/12/2010Lors de la Journée mondiale des migrants, UNODC dévoile des outils pour aider les Etats à affronter la souffrance des personnes victimes de la traite
Les gens quittent leur pays pour bien des raisons différentes, qu'elles soient économiques, sociales, politiques ou religieuses. De tous temps, les migrants ont surmonté l'adversité et trouvé ailleurs une vie meilleure. Aujourd'hui, la mondialisation a fait augmenter considérablement le nombre de migrants.
- 20/12/2010Workshop on Combating Money Laundering Related to Human Trafficking in Sana'a
Between 11 and 13 December, the UNODC Global Programme against Money Laundering, Proceeds of Crime and the Financing of Terrorism (GPML) and the UNODC Anti-Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Unit partnered with the Yemeni National Committee for AML/CFT to present a workshop on money laundering related to proceeds from human trafficking.
- 17/12/2010On Migrants Day, UNODC unveils tools to help States address plight of smuggled and trafficked victims
People leave their countries for a variety of reasons, whether social, economic, political or religious. Throughout history, migrants have overcome adversity and found a better life elsewhere. The International Migrant's Day, marked every year on 18 December, acknowledges the world's 214 million migrants, recognizes their contributions to society and, importantly, recalls their human rights.
- 13/12/2010Toolkit to Combat Smuggling of Migrants
- 08/12/2010A Compendium of Best Practices: UNODC launches the Toolkit to Combat Smuggling of Migrants
The First Edition Toolkit to Combat Smuggling of Migrants is designed as a compendium of promising practices that States can adopt as measures to counteract organized criminal syndicates, address the vulnerability of smuggled migrants, amongst the many other factors that States face in implementing the Migrant Smuggling Protocol.
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- 08/12/2010Basic Training Manual on Investigating and Prosecuting the Smuggling of Migrants
- 08/12/2010UNODC Model Law against Smuggling of Migrants
- 01/12/2010Developing & Strengthening National Legislation - UNODC launches the Model Law against the Smuggling of Migrants
- 10/11/2010a united voice to the protection of migrants
The vital work of United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and others to respond to the complex and wide-ranging issues relating to migration, including trafficking in persons and smuggling of migrants, has been underlined at the world's foremost migration forum.
- 06/10/2010Strengthening law enforcement capacity in investigating and prosecuting perpetrators of migrant smuggling
Strengthening law enforcement capacity in investigating and prosecuting perpetrators of migrant smuggling
A three-day expert group meeting was held in Bangkok from 27 to 29 September.
The aim of the meeting was for the expert working group to discuss the elaboration of an in-depth training manual on investigating migrant smuggling and prosecuting offenders of that crime.
The finalized manual will make it easier to transfer expertise and best practices, and thereby strengthen the capacity of law enforcement authorities all over the world to deal with this issue.
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