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KOK news

ECHR finds shortcomings in Croatian authorities’ investigation into an allegation of forced prostitution. Inadequate response of Croatian authorities constitutes a violation of Article 4 ECHR (prohibition of slavery and…

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In a joint urgent appeal letter from 1 June 2020, several NGOs and unions call for a justice mechanism for workers who have been impacted and repatriated as a result of the global Covid-19 pandemic.

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“In this moment, widely seen as unprecedented, the anti-trafficking movement needs to take a step back and, for once, not make it about trafficking…”

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[Translate to English:] KOK Jahresrückblick 2019

The latest annual report 2019 has been published. The main topic of the year was the 20th anniversary of the KOK. Other important events, political and legal developments and publications around trafficking and…

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According to the European Day against Trafficking in Human Beings on the 18th of October, the EU-project Justice at Last published a letter to the European elected representatives. Through this, it calls upon the…

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The study "Is Accommodation for Trafficked Persons in Germany Really Safe?" published by the KOK in 2017 is now also available in English. The study describes the housing of trafficked persons in Germany and gives…

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On June 26, Justice at Last launched a new European campaign called "Know your Rights - Claim Compensation". The project "Justice at Last - European action on compensation for victims of crime" was launched to improve…

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In the context of the project Justice at Last, wherein the KOK participates, a Policy Paper has been published recently. Therein, the project presents its examinations regarding the compensations of persons affected by…

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On the 28th of March 2017, a joint expert talk of Bread for the World and the KOK treated the topic “Trafficking in Human Beings with the purpose of labour exploitation and serious labour exploitation of women”. The…

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The BKA (Federal Criminal Police Office) and the KOK organized together a cooperation workshop for police officers and members of counselling centres for persons affected by trafficking in human beings in the Federal…

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by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth

KOK supports the nationwide helpline violence against women. For further information, please visit
https://www.hilfetelefon.de

„Human Trafficking in Germany – An Overview from a Practical Standpoint”

Link to our new book of the same name

„Human Trafficking“
An animated movie about KOK and its work.