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Opinion on the 2nd national action plan against trafficking in human beings (2019-2021)

Opinion on the 2nd national action plan against trafficking in human beings (2019-2021)
Date de publication : 19/11/19
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Traite et exploitation

Opinion on the 2nd national action plan against trafficking in human beings (2019-2021)

On 18th October 2019, the French government presented the second national action plan against trafficking in human beings (2019-2021), due for almost three years.

This document fails to meet the expectations of the CNCDH, the independent national rapporteur for this issue.

The CNCDH reiterates the utmost importance of the creation of an effective national mechanism to identify and support victims of trafficking and exploitation, which must form the core of France’s strategy for preventing and combatting this phenomenon.

It also underlines that major structural pitfalls act as an obstacle to any practical application of this national action plan: without a defined timeframe or budget, its implementation is wishful thinking. The CNCDH therefore urges the coordination committee,provided for in the plan to convene as soon as possible and to define an annual strategic plan;incorporating specific deadlines, detailed measures, monitoring indicators, costs identified per measure, and a dedicated source of funding.