OSCE Releases Report on Protecting Child Trafficking Victims

7 December 2018
Research Innovation

The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe released an occasional paper on how the protection of child victims of trafficking should be addressed within existing child protection frameworks, with a focus on State-run child protection agencies. The paper follows the recommendations from the 17th Alliance against Trafficking in Persons Conference.

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