Results 1 - 2 of 2
    1. Taal Engels 43 keer gelezen The court in Lyngby district, north of capital city of Copenhagen, convicted 13 people on March 14th 2016 in what is being called the biggest case of human trafficking in Danish history. In addition to the 13 convicted on Monda ...

      The court in Lyngby district, north of capital city of Copenhagen, convicted 13 people on March 14th 2016 in what is being called the biggest case of human trafficking in Danish history.In addition to the 13 convicted on Monday, 13 others are also charged in the case. The 26 individuals are accused of having convinced upwards of 1,000 poor Romanians to come to Denmark for jobs. When the Romanians arrived however they were exploited and forced to live in shabby conditions and the criminals behind the operation used the workers’ identities to commit fraud.The 13 people convicted face sentences from seven years and 11 months to three years in prison. Twelve of the 13 will also be expelled from Denmark, while the 13th is a Danish citizen.   

      Publications

      • Press releases
      • Denmark
      • Human trafficking / trafficking in persons
      • Romaanians
      • fraud
      • English
    2. 8 keer gelezen ECPAT Taal Engels ECPAT International published the second edition of the Agenda for Action (A4A) Country Reports monitoring the status of action against the commercial sexual exploitation of children. This report contains the Country Repor ...

      ECPAT International published the second edition of the Agenda for Action (A4A) Country Reports monitoring the status of action against the commercial sexual exploitation of children. This report contains the Country Report for Denmark. It states:'The information of each country report is organised to correspond to the structure of the Agenda for Action. Thus all the 2nd Edition reports feature updated information in relation to: (i) an overview of the main CSEC manifestations affecting the country; (ii) analysis of the country’s National Plan of Action (NPA) against CSEC and its implementation (or the absence of an NPA); (iii) overview and analysis of coordination and cooperation efforts during the period under review; (iv) overview and analysis of prevention efforts; (v) overview and analysis of protection efforts, which includes detailed information on national legislation related to CSEC; (vi) overview and analysis of country’s efforts incorporate participation of children in youth in the development and implementation of efforts to combat CSEC and (vii) priority actions required.'

      Publications

      • Reports
      • Denmark
      • ECPAT
      • Internet
      • Minors / Child Trafficking
      • Sexting
      • Child pornography
      • Child sex tourism
      • Child trafficking
      • Youth prostitution
      • English