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Tackling Human Trafficking - Consultation on Proposals for a UK Action Plan

Human trafficking is a modern day form of slavery which causes great harm to both individuals who are trafficked and to our society and economy as a whole. Tackling human trafficking is a key priority for the UK Government's organised crime strategy. The Government is committed to drawing up a national action plan aimed at combating and preventing human trafficking, as recommended by international organisations such as the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). The purpose of this consultation is to seek views on the proposed areas for action and specific initiatives which are proposed as well as an opportunity to suggest other areas where a UK strategy should focus.

Title: Tackling Human Trafficking - Consultation on Proposals for a UK Action Plan
Author: Home Office
Number of pages:
Date published: January 2006
Availability: Download full consultation paper PDF 176Kb

Comments should be sent to:

Or in writing to:

Organised Immigration Crime Section
Specialist Crime 2
2 Marsham Street
5th Floor Fry Building

Closing date: 5th April 2006


Last update:  10 January 2006