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English version of "Les Essentiels" on the report on the prevention of human trafficking - 2015

English version of "Les Essentiels" on the report on the prevention of human trafficking - 2015
Date de publication : 19/05/16
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English version of "Les Essentiels" on the report on the prevention of human trafficking - 2015

National independant rapporteur on human trafficking

A policy that is monitored and evaluated by an independent institution, the National consultative commission for Human Rights

Directive 2011/36/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 April 2011 on preventing and combating trafficking in human beings and protecting its victims, replacing Council Framework Decision 2002/629/JHA of the Council, provides that the Member States take the measures necessary to set up national rapporteurs or equivalent mechanisms.

These rapporteurs or equivalent mechanisms must:

  • carry out assessments of trends in trafficking in human beings;
  • measure the results of anti-trafficking actions, including gathering statistics in close cooperation with relevant civil society organisations active in this field;
  • carry out reporting.

The mission of the national rapporteur will relate to the evaluation of the policy implemented, which will be the subject of a periodic report.

To fully play a part in the monitoring and evaluation of the results of the actions engaged, the function of national rapporteur or ‘equivalent mechanism’ within the meaning of the directive will be assured by the National Consultative Commission for Human Rights (CNCDH), an independent administrative authority which will be able to thus evaluate the public policy implemented.

Measure 23 of the National Action Plan for the fight against human trafficking