TITLE

Trafficking of Human Beings - An Academic Attempt to Support the EU Actions in the Fight Against It

AUTHOR(S)
POP, Lia
PUB. DATE
March 2012
SOURCE
Journal of Identity & Migration Studies;2012, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p138
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The following lines are describing the core of a European project, in which the Research Centre on Identity and Migration Issues (RCIMI) is one of the five beneficiaries. The Project is entitled: The Fight against Trafficking of Human Beings in the EU: promoting legal cooperation and victims protections (THB: COOPtoFIGHT ). The project is initiated and coordinated by professor de Suosa from Centro de Estudos Sociasis da Universitate de Coimbra - Portugal and it is financed by the Prevention of and the Fight against Crime Programme of the European Union - Directorate Generale Home Affairs of the European Commission. The duration of the Programme is of 24 months.
ACCESSION #
85526365

 

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