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364, Prevention and Criminalization of Trafficking in Persons and Assistance to Victims of Trafficking of 2008, Art. ” (United Nations Interim Administrative Mission in Kosovo, Regulation 2001/14 on the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons in Kosovo, Sect. ” (United States, Department of State, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, Model Law to Combat Trafficking in Persons of 2003, Sect. ” (Panama Law 16/2004 on Trafficking in Persons, Art. 19) • “Trafficked persons shall be recognized as victims of the act or acts of trafficking and as such shall not be penalized for crimes directly related to the acts of trafficking […] or in obedience to the order made by the trafficker in relation thereto.

2. Ensuring that procedures are in place for the rapid identification of child victims of trafficking. 3. Ensuring that children who are victims of trafficking are not subjected to criminal procedures or sanctions for offences related to their situation as trafficked persons. 4. In cases where children are not accompanied by relatives or guardians, taking steps to identify and locate family members. Following a risk assessment and consultation with the child, measures should be taken to facilitate the reunion of trafficked children with their families where this is deemed to be in their best interest.

E)). States may therefore utilize such general definitions as a basis for drawing up their own, but it is imperative that they define the trafficked person as a victim in national legislation (see Box 22). Box 22. ” Cyprus, Law on Combating of Trafficking in Persons and Sexual Exploitation of Children of 2000, Article 2 Vulnerable victim of trafficking When defining who is a victim of trafficking in national legislation, it is important to realize that trafficking victims are usually vulnerable. It is stated in the Travaux Préparatoires of the Negotiations for the Elaboration of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and the Protocols Thereto that: 3 42 Declaration of Basiwc Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power emanating from the deliberations of the Seventh United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders and General Assembly resolution 40/34, annex, of 29 November 1985.

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