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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Green MEP Urges UK Government To Protect Victims OfTrafficking
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GREEN MEP URGES UK GOVERNMENT TO PROTECT VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING

Green Euro MP Jean Lambert, today welcomed the Home Office’s launch of a
public consultation on the national action plan against human
trafficking, but urged the Government to ensure victims are given the
support and protection they urgently need.

Jean, who was named MEP 2005 for Justice and Human Rights in October
last year said: “The Government’s plan to tackle human trafficking and
possibly grant victims automatic permission to stay in the UK rather
than be deported, is a welcome step forward demonstrating the Government
may have been listening to what people want.

“However, it is vital that trafficking in human beings is recognised as
a violation of human rights and not an immigration problem. The people
involved are victims of an appalling crime and their needs and
recognition of their vulnerability must be at the heart of UK law and
Government policy. It is essential that the practitioners working with
the victims have the necessary resources to offer the highest standards
of support and protection.

“As a first step I urge the Government to sign the Council of Europe’s
European Convention on Action Against Trafficking in Human Beings,
providing victims with guaranteed standards of protection including; a
30 day reflection period in which to decide whether or not to testify,
specialist support and aid such as medical care and housing, as well as
temporary residence permits for those at risk in their countries of
origin or individuals prepared to co-operate against those suspected of
committing the crimes in question.

“Sadly human trafficking is a global, organised crime that does not
recognise boundaries or nationalities. This is happening just yards from
where we all live and work. We must encourage and support victims to
stand up against the *perpetrator and work together to stamp out such
atrocious activities.”






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