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VIENNA, 18 July 2022 – While OSCE participating States made a steady progress in combating trafficking in human beings, more work needs to be done to scale-up their responses both at policy and practice levels, the OSCE 2021 Survey Report says. Trafficking in Human Beings in Vienna. “Trafficking in human beings is not like any other crime. It feeds off economic and gender inequalities, and weak institutions,” stressed OSCE Secretary General Helga Maria Schmid. “The OSCE report gives us a blueprint on where to invest. Now we need the political commitment to make those investments.” The OSCE Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings Valiant Richey highlighted the emerging trafficking trends that report reveals. These include trafficking for the purpose of remote sexual abuse (e.g., online pornography), increased risks of online child exploitation, and substantial increases in forced criminality and forced begging, as well as trafficking for sham marriages.
Извор: WUNRN – 18.07.2022