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Publication datACT: Data Protection Challenges in Anti-Trafficking Policies - A Practical Guide

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 NGO network against Trafficking in Human Beings, KOK and the European network La Strada International.

The publication offers an overview of the relevant European data protection provisions, a methodology to conduct privacy impact assessments for anti-trafficking NGO service providers, an analysis for the privacy rights claims for trafficked persons, and data protection standards for NGO service providers. Moreover, the study contains an elaboration of legal arguments that lead in 2013 to the failure of mandatory registration of sex workers in the Netherlands.

You can find the study here.

A print version can be ordered at info(at)kok-buero.de.

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