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KOK Publications

[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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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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KOK published a brochure on forced criminal activities and begging. It deals with the legal framework and presents the work of the specialised counselling centres regarding the issue. It furthermore descrives KOK's work.

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In 2016, the KOK published a study entitled „Menschenhandel zum Zweck der Arbeitsausbeutung und schwere Arbeitsausbeutung von Frauen - Ein nicht gesehenes Phänomen?“(Severe labour exploitation and trafficking in human…

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For the first time in 2016 these minimum standards were developed by the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ) and UNICEF in cooperation with various civil organisations to…

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KOK published a brochure on trafficking for sexual exploitation in Germany. It deals with the legal framework and presents the work of the specialised counselling centres regarding protection and support for persons…

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We are pleased to present our new book

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

This book is an extended continuation of the KOK’s brochure ‘Trafficking in Women in Germany’, first…

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This analysis of prostitution and female sex workers in Germany presents only the knowledge gained from many years of professional experience and the facts derived from scientific studies, including their complexities…

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The European NGO initiative datACT – data protection in anti-trafficking action published the practical guide ‘Data Protection Challenges in Anti-Trafficking Policies’.

datACT is a joint cooperation between the German…

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KOK e.V. is being supported
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.