Romania and Sweden voice agreement for revision of Anti-Trafficking Directive
International experts in the fight against trafficking in human beings for sexual exploitation, ambassadors, survivors of exploitation met on Wednesday at the Palace of Parliament in an international conference to discuss how to improve the means of preventing and combating this phenomenon through policies implemented at European level. Cereport reports citing Agerpres
On this occasion, officials from Sweden and Romania voiced their agreement for the revision of the Anti-Trafficking Directive, which is currently under review.
The conference dubbed "New approaches to combating trafficking in human beings for sexual exploitation" was initiated by the eLiberare Association and organised at the Senate in collaboration with the Swedish Embassy in Bucharest and the International Organisation for Migration.
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