2009 Status Report on Trafficking in Human Beings in the Czech Republic, Czech Republic Ministry of the Interior: Security Police Department, 2010.
This report identifies trends and changes in the trafficking of human beings for purposes of sexual and labor exploitation. Additionally, it offers suggestions for improving weaknesses in policies to combat human trafficking. The report was compiled by Inter-ministerial Coordination Group for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings and based on ongoing monitoring of the situation by the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic.
Study on the assessment of the extent of different types of Trafficking in Human Beings in EU Countries, prepared by Veronika Bilger, Maren Borkert, Alina Cibea, Mariya Dzhengozova, Christina Hollomey, and Madalina Rogoz for the International Center for Migration Policy Development, 2010.
The report includes a data analysis of the extent of human trafficking in multiple areas such as prostitution, forced labor, and organ transplants in many European countries, including the Czech Republic on page 122.
A Gender Analysis of the Czech Republic Developmental Aid, by Kristina Kosatíková, IGPN, produced by The Network of East-West Women – Poland, Gdansk, 2008. In the area of foreign aid the aim of the Czech Republic is in line with efforts of international community to reduce poverty in the less developed parts of the world. Poverty is recognized as being the greatest obstacle to the sustainable social and economic development. So, the Czech Republic adopts a multi-dimensional approach to the reduction of poverty, that is, accepting that poverty can not be understood just in terms of economy as being simply low level of income per head of population but also taking into account other social and environmental factors. Hence, the Czech Republic fully supports the so-called international development targets - Millennium Development Goals - MDGs - adopted at several UN international conferences in the 1990s and confirmed by the 2000 UN Millennium Summit
U.S. Department of State 2010 Human Rights Report: Czech Republic, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, U.S. Department of State, 8 April, 2011.
The report covers a broad spectrum of issues with a section on women focusing on rape, domestic violence, and sexual harassment.
National Action Plan for the Prevention of Domestic Violence for the Years 2011-2014, Committee for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, 2011.
The main goals and proposed measures and tasks include: 1) Support for persons endangered by domestic violence; (2) Children endangered by domestic violence; (3) Working with violent persons; (4) Education and interdisciplinary cooperation; (5) Society and domestic violence; (6) Analyses and studies; and (7) Legislation.
2011 US Government Trafficking in Persons Report, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, U.S. Department of State,27 June 2011.
This annual report discusses the situation of trafficking in countries, including Czech Republic, prosecution, victim protection and prevention measures taken by the government.
National Strategy to Combat Trafficking in Human Beings for the period of 2008-2011, Czech Republic Ministry of the Interior: Security Police Department, 2008.
The report includes a description of the situation and measures adopted in the area of prevention of human trafficking in the Czech Republic.
ECRI Report on the Czech Republic (Fourth Monitoring Cycle) (ECRI), Council of Europe: European Commission Against Racism and Intolerance, 15 September 2009.
The ECRI recommends a number of measures to combat the disadvantages faced by Roma persons in the employment field and to fight discrimination and segregation in education and housing.
Amnesty International Report 20101: Czech Republic, Amnesty International, 13 May, 2011
The report covers discrimination against Roma persons in education and housing and reports on violent attacks and forced sterilizations.
The Protection Project Review of the Trafficking in Persons Report: July 2011, The Protection Project, July 2011.
The purpose of this report is to analyze and review the information provided in the 2011 US Government Trafficking in Persons Report.
Trafficking in Human Beings: Labour Exploitation in the Czech Republic, prepared by Karolína Pomichalková, 2 November, 2010
This report discusses the legal framework and governmental response to trafficking in human beings, as well as victim protection and assistance.
EU-CIS Gender Watch: Czech Republic 2008, prepared by Kristina Kosatíková for The Network of East-West Women, 2008.
The Czech Republic aims to decrease the number of people living in absolute poverty by half by 2015. The Czech Republic supports the international development targets of the Millennium Development Goals, which have been adopted at several UN international conferences.
Priorities and Policies of the Government in Promoting Equal Opportunities for Women and Men for 2010, Office of the Czech Government, 2010.
This report, published annually since 1998, summarizes and evaluates what has been achieved in the area of equal opportunities for women and men in Czech society over the last year.
Summary Report on Fulfilment of the Priorities and Policies of the Government in Promoting Equal Opportunities for Women and Men in 2009, Government of the Czech Republic, 14 June, 2010.
This report aims to annually assess the promotion of departmental measures for priorities and policies of the government in promoting equal opportunities for women and men for the year in question and by 31st January of the following year to present this assessment to the Czech Prime Minister and the Chairman of the Government Council for Equal Opportunities for Women and men as the national coordinator of the agenda of equal opportunities for women and men.
Combined fourth and fifth periodic report of the Czech Republic CEDAW 22-9-2009, Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, 22 May, 2009.
The report describes “legal and other measures that have been adopted and that reflect the progress achieved in eliminating discrimination against women, significant changes in the status of and achievement of equality for women, and the procedures intended to eliminate remaining obstacles to women’s involvement in political, social, economic and cultural life”.
Concluding observations of the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women 2010, Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, 22 October, 2010.
The report includes a list of questions and recommendations based on the fourth and fifth periodic report of the Czech Republic (above).
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