One evening in August, a 14-year-old boy snuck out of his home and boarded a private bus to travel from his village in Bihar to Jaipur, a chaotic, crowded and historical city 800 miles away in India’s Rajasthan state.Read More
In July of this year, in the days following the Armenian-Azerbaijani war in Tavush, rumors circulated about the recruitment of militants by Turkey in northern Syria. On September 24, days before the large-scale attack by Azerbaijan, two Syrian sources had already reported the transfer of militants recruited by Turkey to Azerbaijan.Read More
YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 7, ARMENPRESS. Armenia has become the 47th state to have completed the ratification of the Council of Europe’s Convention on Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse (“Lanzarote Convention”), the CoE reported today.Read More
On August 19, 2020, on the TV program “Let’s Understand” of 1TV.am, issues related to the primary cases of human trafficking and the fight against crime were discussed.Read More
For the first half of 2020, the RA Investigative Committee investigated 206 criminal cases on crimes against children, 102 materials have been prepared.
In these criminal cases, 97 people were brought in as accused, including 1 person aged 14-16, 5 persons aged 16-18, 53 persons aged 18-35, 38 persons over 35 years old.Read More
Belarus makes a great contribution to international cooperation in combating trafficking in human beings, according to the News 24 Hours program on CTV. July 30 is the world day to combat this negative phenomenon.Read More
July 30 is World Day Against Trafficking in Persons
According to a study by the International Organization for Migration (IOM), 13% of Ukrainians are ready to accept a risky job offer abroad. Over the years of independence, more than 260 thousand Ukrainians have become victims of human trafficking, and our country has become a leader in South-Eastern Europe in terms of the number of victims. Moreover, 65% of Ukrainians worked in the Russian Federation.Read More
Why did the experts of the US State Department named Russia among the countries where this phenomenon is most neglected, and the fight against it is the least effective.
The US State Department released its annual Global Slavery Report, which analyzed in detail the situation and trends in each country.Read More
After the World Cup ended in 2018, the Russian capital was swept by a wave of trafficking – the new slave trade. Hundreds of women from Africa remained in Moscow as slaves, who were forced into prostitution. MBH Media tells how modern Russian slavery works and why the state is in no hurry to help slaves of the 21st century.Read More
Revealed: Gangs abandoned trafficked Nigerian women without access to food or funds amid coronavirus pandemic. Tens of thousands of Nigerian women have been trafficked to Italy in recent years. Thousands of Nigerian women forced into prostitution were left to starve by sex traffickers during the Covid-19 pandemic in Italy, the Guardian can reveal.Read More