Danish Red Cross Releases Report on Trafficking
Wednesday, February 1, 2006 1:15 PM

The Danish Red Cross has released an extensive study entitled "Good Practices in Reponse to Trafficking in Human Beings: Cooperation Between Civil Society and Law Enforcement in Europe." The report seeks to identify the different aspects of trafficking and examine their implications for appropriate and effective practices. It also analyzes frameworks for cooperation between government and civil society in Europe. The pratices of various non-governmental organizations, from such countries as Serbia, Ukraine, Belgium, and Italy, are profiled to support the study with evidence and enhance its regional diversity. Sections on law enforcement training and operational issues also exist. For more information, please see the full report from the Danish Red Cross.