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Child trafficking, Unaccompanied or Separated Children
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The Frail Chain - Support for Child Victims of Trafficking in the Baltic Sea Region
31 Jan 2008 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The Working Group for Cooperation on Children at Risk, the WGCC, today launches the report "The Frail Chain - Support for Child Victims of Trafficking" written by Svante Weyler.
Collateral Damage - The Impact of Anti-Trafficking Measures on Human Rights Around the World
29 Nov 2007 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights anti-trafficking measures "shall not adversely affect the human rights and dignity of persons, in particular the rights of those who have been trafficked and of migrants, internally displaced persons, refugees and asylum seekers". However, human rights defenders have become more and more concerned that many strategies designed to fight trafficking have proven counter-productive for the very people they were intended to benefit.
Trafficking in women and girls into sexual exploitation in EU-25. The impact of the Eastern Enlargement of the European Union on trafficking and counter-trafficking measures in the Baltic States
05 Sep 2007 Published by: Herzig, Sabine
A Master-of-Art-Thesis of Eva Buchholz at the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena (Germany)
Baltic Sea Region Comprehensive Assistance to Children Victims of Trafficking
05 Jun 2007 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
In this programme funded by the European Commission through the Daphne II programme, Save the Children Sweden and Oak Foundation, the WGCC trains experts in care, protection and rehabilitation of children victims of trafficking. In this section you can find and download reports from the BSR CACVT training programme. You can also access tools and materials produced and utilised by the trainers during the five different meetings.
The IOM Handbook on Direct Assistance for Victims of Trafficking
09 May 2007 Published by: Sderlind, Peder
IOM has had some 13 years of experience in implementing counter-trafficking activities and has provided assistance to over 14,000 victims of trafficking in all regions of the world. This Handbook summarizes and systematizes this experience. IOM recognizes that each victim is unique and requires and desires different assistance. As well, the nature of trafficking is different around the world and is ever evolving, requiring changing responses.
Distilling Elements of Good Practice: The Action Programme against Trafficking in Minors for Sexual Purposes
04 Apr 2007 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The Action Programme provided an opportunity to address this multi-faceted violation of the human rights and dignity of children. In this framework, the design and formulation of project activities were based on the assumption that it was necessary to work simultaneously on strengthening law enforcement, enhancing prevention and providing effective victim assistance while avoiding overlap with other ongoing activities and programmes being implemented.
Trafficking for Forced Labour in Europe. Report on a study in the UK, Ireland, the Czech Republic and Portugal
07 Mar 2007 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
Report on a study in the UK, Ireland, the Czech Republic and Portugal. This report looks at the various sectors and industries in which trafficking into forced labour occurs including agriculture, construction, domestic work and hospitality.
Contemporary slavery in the UK
07 Mar 2007 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
This report looks at the existence of slavery in the UK today. It reviews the different forms modern slavery takes, such as trafficking of women and children for sexual or domestic labour, forced labour or debt bondage.
Human Trafficking Survey by IOM - Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania and Bulgaria
20 Feb 2007 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
This report presents the results of national representative surveys in Belarus, Bulgaria, Moldova, Romania, and Ukraine. The objectives of the survey were to analyze general public attitudes towards employment abroad and human trafficking as well as to estimate the prevalence of human trafficking in these five countries.
BSR CACVT Mapping Project - Describing cases of children trafficked in the Baltic Sea Region
25 Jan 2007 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
With support from the EU Daphne Programme, the Working Group for Cooperation on Children at Risk is commissioning a report that will describe cases of children that are trafficked in the region. The mapping started on the 1st of November 2006 and will continue until the 31st of October 2007.
Human Trafficking - Seminar on Identification of Children at Risk of becoming Victims of Human Trafficking. Organised by the Finnish Presidency in Helsinki 31 October - 1 November 2006.
10 Jan 2007 Published by: kerman, Ingrid (Sweden)
The Finnish EU Presidency identified the fight against human trafficking as one of its priorities in the field of justice and home affairs. In combating trafficking, the Presidency emphasizes three cross-cutting principles: a human rights and victim-centred approach; enhanced operational cooperation; and a continuance of the actions against trafficking. With a view to implementing the EU Action Plan on Trafficking in Human Beings, the Presidency organised a Seminar designed to share best practises in respect of the identification of children at risk of becoming victims of human trafficking (paragraph 3.3.c of the annex to the EU Plan). The Seminar took place on 31 October and 1 November in Helsinki. The aim of the Seminar was to address the issue of the identification of children at risk from a practical and operational point of view. The Seminar programme followed the path of a child victim. The objective was to heighten expertise and share good practises among the actors operating against human trafficking while also identifying the ways in which all of these actors can better cooperate in identifying and protecting those children deemed to be ?at risk?. The conclusions were on the agenda of the EU Council Multidisciplinary Working Group on Organised Crime. The JHA Council has confirmed that the current EU Action Plan will be evaluated by the end of 2007 and recommendations will be given for further actions.
ENOC: State Obligations for the Treatment of Unaccompanied Children
14 Dec 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
By the term "unaccompanied children" (also called "unaccompanied minors"), ENOC refers to all persons under 18 years of age who are outside their country of origin unaccompanied by an adult responsible for them (whether by law or custom), and for as long as they are not effectively taken into the care of such a person. This Statement summarizes the principles that ENOC believe must be respected and included in national and international legal instruments, administrative practices and services.
COMBATING THE TRAFFICKING IN CHILDREN FOR SEXUAL PURPOSES - A TRAINING GUIDE
10 Dec 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The resources in this Manual are for the use of trainers who are seeking to train multi-stakeholder groups consisting of professionals who want to learn about the issue of child trafficking, to know how to protect children from being trafficked for sexual purposes, and to give appropriate protection and assistance to those children who come within their sphere of professional responsibility as victims of trafficking
Human Trafficking - Seminar on the Identification of Children at Risk of Becoming Victims of Human Trafficking, Helsinki 31 October 1 November - Draft Seminar Conclusions
28 Nov 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The aim of the Seminar was to address the issue of identification of children at risk from a practical and operational point of view. The programme of the Seminar followed the path of a child victim. The objective was to strengthen expertise and share good practices among the actors operating against human trafficking while also identifying the ways in which all these actors can better cooperate in identifying and protecting those children deemed to be "at risk".
REPORT with a proposal for a European Parliament recommendation to the Council on fighting trafficking in human beings - an integrated approach and proposals for an action plan (2006/2078(INI))
22 Nov 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
Human trafficking is a trade in human misery that affects 100,000 people in the EU annually. The total worldwide is believed to be about 7 times that. Although most victims are women, it is alarming that children seem to make up 40-50% of victims.
Statement following the Roundtable Conference on the Social Aspects of trafficking 31 October 2006
08 Nov 2006 Published by: Melchior, Anne (Denmark)
Statement following the Roundtable Conference on the Social Aspects of trafficking 31 October 2006
"Transnational Protection of children: The case of Albania Greece 2000-2006" Terre des Hommes report published
09 Oct 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The publication recognizes that both Albania and Greece have made significant efforts to end child trafficking and support NGOs initiatives in both countries. However it identifies as main existing gaps the weak enforcement of social legislation and vulnerability of certain communities. Addressing these issues ensures the resilience of children and families against trafficking.
Children in Orphanages and Special Schools in Armenia: Potential Victims of Trafficking and Exploitation
12 Sep 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
A targeted study to reveal the level of trafficking-related awareness among institutionalized children and care leavers of orphanages and special schools of Armenia, by Armenian Relief Society
ACTION TO PREVENT CHILD TRAFFICKING IN SOUTH EASTERN EUROPE
30 Aug 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The report outlines some key findings and recommendations from an assessment of the efforts to prevent child trafficking in South Eastern Europe. Its main purpose is to increase understanding of the work on prevention of child trafficking, by looking at the effectiveness of different approaches and their impacts.
RESOURCE BOOK for Law Enforcement Officers on Child Trafficking
22 Aug 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The Resource Book presents current good practices and recommendations, recognized by an international team of experts having extensive knowledge on the topic. The publication further includes innovative techniques and practical information based on inputs from national and international experts from law enforcement, medical science and civil society.
Baltic Sea Region Comprehensive Assistance to Children Victims of Trafficking BSR CACVT
19 Jul 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The Working Group for Cooperation on Children at Risk will for two years implement a training programme for professionals working with assistance to children that have been trafficked, or that are unaccompanied. The programme has received generous support by the EU through the Daphne programme, Save the Children Sweden and the Oak Foundation.
Trafficking in Persons Report 2006
06 Jun 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The Department of State is required by law to submit a Report each year to the U.S. Congress on foreign governments' efforts to eliminate severe forms of trafficking in persons. This Report is the sixth annual TIP Report. It is intended to raise global awareness, to highlight the growing efforts of the international community to combat human trafficking, and to encourage foreign governments to take effective actions to counter all forms of trafficking in persons.
Human Trafficking in the Russian Federation
23 May 2006 Published by: Sderlind, Peder
This report presents an overview of the current situation and responses to trafficking in human beings in the Russian Federation up to December 2005.
Trafficking in Persons - Global Patterns
26 Apr 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The report, entitled Trafficking in Persons: Global Patterns, is the United Nation's first attempt to provide a global overview of the depth and scope of the problem, chart trafficking patterns and lay out a challenge to the international community to intensify efforts to fight the problem
Report of the UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights aspects of the victims of trafficking in persons, especially women and children
19 Apr 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
Section I outlines the Special Rapporteur's activities during this reporting period. Section II is devoted to a thematic study on the relationship between trafficking and the demand for commercial sexual exploitation. Section III contains the Special Rapporteur's conclusions and recommendations.
Awareness Raising for Roma Activists on the Issue of Trafficking in Human Beings in South-Eastern Europe
12 Apr 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
Based on the general overview offered by the participants and consultants of the regional roundtable, Roma are especially vulnerable to becoming victims of trafficking. This is particularly the case for children, as they fall through the state social protective mechanisms because of, among other issues, a lack of civil registration documents. This is compounded by a shortage of information within the responsible state authorities regarding the nature and occurrences of trafficking among Roma, in particular of children.
Save the Children Sweden starts helpline for undocumented children
21 Mar 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
Save the Children Sweden today introduces a web site in Swedish, English, Spanish, Russian and Chinese, a toll-free telephone number and an e-mail address for children and young people from other countries who live in Sweden without proper documents. The idea behind the pilot project is to give separated children - be they former asylum seekers, beggars, workers in the black market or victims of trafficking - an opportunity to get in contact with adults who they can trust and who will not take advantage of them.
Save the Children and the Separated Children in Europe Programme: Position Paper on Dublin II and Separated Children
17 Mar 2006 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
Save the Children and the Separated Children in Europe Programme have published a position paper titled: "The Implementation of the Dublin II Regulation and the Best Interests of Separated Children".
Full report from the Kiev Expert meeting on Care, Protection and Assistance to Children Victims of Trafficking
22 Aug 2005 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The lack of assistance to boys and girls, victims of trafficking in the region of the Baltic Sea States has been recognised as one area of priority as the Working Group for Cooperation on Children at Risk continues the programme "Unaccompanied and Trafficked Children in the Baltic Sea Region".
Situation paper: Level of protection, care, psychological, medical and social assistance as well as short or long term placements available for children victims of trafficking in the Baltic Sea Region
11 Aug 2005 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
A paper based on input from professionals with experiences in working with children at risk in the Baltic Sea Region and from the discussion at the expert meeting: "Building Competence and Capacity on Care, Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Children Victims of Trafficking in the Baltic Sea Region", Kiev on 26th to 27th of April 2005.
The Norwegian Government's Plan of Action on combating trafficking
11 Jul 2005 Published by: Vedeler, Janikke Solstad
In February 2003 the Norwegian government launched an action plan on combatting trafficking in women and children. In June 2005 a follow-up plan for the years 2005-2008 was presented. The special situation for children is given seperate attention. The plan is only available in Norwegian.
OSCE High-Level Conference "Alliance Against Trafficking in Persons: Combating Trafficking in Children" Vienna 18 March 2005
24 Mar 2005 Published by: Skorka, Malgorzata (Poland)
The meeting brought together leading government representatives, national anti-trafficking coordinators, parliamentarians, international organisations and international NGOs from all the OSCE participating states and Partners for Cooperation in order to discuss and further enhance the implementation of effective measures in the fight against trafficking in children, following the OSCE Sofia Ministerial Council Decision of December 2004.
Outcome of the OPC Questionnaire on Trafficking in Children 2004
03 Dec 2004 Published by: kerman, Ingrid (Sweden)
In the meeting of the Task Force on Organized Crime int the Baltic Sea Region (OPC) in june 2004 in Sweden it was decided that a systematic collection of strategic information regarding trafficking in children in the diffrent member state should take place. The result of the questionnaire has been put together by Kajsa Wahlberg/ det insp, National Criminal Investigation Department, SWEDEN
New Save the Children Publication "Responding to Child trafficking"- A practical handbook
21 Jul 2004 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
"Responding to Child Trafficking" - a handbook to child rights-based interventions draws from Save the Children's experience in Southeast Europe. In May 2002, Save the Children initiated a Regional Child Trafficking Response Programme in Southeast Europe in an attempt to strengthen national and regional responses to child trafficking and to increase protection for trafficked children and children-at-risk.
Plan of Action on Unaccompanied and Trafficked Children in the Region of The Baltic Sea States
01 Jun 2004 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The Working Group for Co-operation on Children at Risk on the 17th of May 2004, adopted a Plan of Action on Unaccompanied and Trafficked Children in the Region of the Baltic Sea States. The plan deals with children within the region plus Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova and that originate from the region. The initial Plan of Action covers the period May 2004 until December 2005 and sets up a number of goals and actions. The Plan of Action was prolonged until July 2007 at the ministerial meeting in Oslo in May 2005.
Joint East West research on trafficking in children for sexual purposes in Europe. ECPAT Europe group report
22 Apr 2004 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
This "Joint East West research on trafficking in children for sexual purposes in Europe: the sending countries" (trafficking II) is the second part of a study undertaken by the ECPAT Europe Law Enforcement Group into the trafficking of children for sexual purposes in Europe. The first part of the study (Trafficking I) was published in 2001 and covered the "receiving countries" of Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom. This second part looks at a number of countries in Eastern Europe, estimated to be "sending countries" of minors into the sex trade in countries of Western Europe. The countries covered are Albania, Belarus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Moldova, Romania, Russia and the Ukraine.
Report from the NGO Conference on Separated and Trafficked Children in the Baltic Sea Region - Best Practice and Cooperation. Vilnius 14 - 16 September 2003
22 Dec 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The conference was a response from the NGO community to one of the commitments made at a governmental conference in Stockholm in February 2003, regarding the importance of involving NGOs in the struggle against trafficking in children and in finding appropriate solutions to the problem of separated children crossing borders in the Baltic Sea Region. The aim of the conference was to strengthen the co-operation between different NGOs in the region regarding national as well as international co-operation for all Separated and Trafficked children. The conference was attended by 90 participants from more than 50 NGOs representing nearly all the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) countries and also Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Italy and Romania.
UNICEF UK publishes a new report on the Trafficking of Children
31 Jul 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The face of child trafficking to the UK is changing, with children being transported from an increasing number of countries and traffickers widening their operations with new methods and destinations, said UNICEF UK in a new report published July 30th 2003 as part of its End Child Exploitation campaign.
Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000: Trafficking in Persons Report
14 Jun 2003 Published by: Soonets, Ruth (Estonia)
Norway's plan of action for combating trafficking in women and children
13 Jun 2003 Published by: Vedeler, Janikke Solstad
Attached is the Norwegian plan of action for combating trafficking in women and children. The plan was launched in February 2003 by the Ministry of Justice and the Police.
Presentation on trafficking in Children: Lithuanian experiences
11 Jun 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
At the Conference: "Stop Child Trafficking - Modern Day Slavery", Ms Audra Sipaviciene from the IOM office in Vilnius, Lithuania, introduced the theme "Prevention" with a presentation on Lithuanian activities in relation to prevention of child trafficking.
ECPAT Sweden's work implementing a code of conduct for travel operators.
11 Jun 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
At the Conference: Stop Child Trafficking - Modern Day Slavery, Helena Karln from ECPAT Sweden made a presentation on their work implementing a code of conduct for travel operators.
Presentation of the Child Support Centre in Tarttu
11 Jun 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
At the Conference: Stop Child Trafficking - Modern Day Slavery, Dr Ruth Soonets of Tarttu Child Support Centre made an introductory presentation to the theme "Demand Reduction".
Children victimised by exploitation
11 Jun 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
At the Conference: Stop Child Trafficking - Modern Day Slavery, Lars Lf, Senior Advisor to the Children's Unit at the Council of the Baltic Sea States made an introductory presentation to the theme: Victim Assistance.
Presentation of the work of the Russian NGO "Road of Light"
11 Jun 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The presentation on the work assisting girls affected by violence, abuse and exploitation was made by director Galina Vulkova at the Conference Stop Child Trafficking - Modern Day Slavery.
Kvinnoforums project against trafficking
11 Jun 2003 Published by:
To address the growing problem of trafficking in women and girls for the purpose of sexual exploitation , Kvinnoforum runs a networking project against trafficking.
Centre Against Abuse - "Dardedze"
11 Jun 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
At the Conference Stop Child Trafficking - Modern Day Slavery, Agnese Strauta from Centre against abuse "Dardedze" in Riga, Latvia made a presentation on their model for rehabilitating children exposed to severe abuse and exploitation.
Stop Child Trafficking - Modern Day Slavery
11 Jun 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
The Conference: "Stop Child Trafficking - Modern Day Slavery" held in Helsinki, Finland on the 1st to 3rd of June gathered some 150 professionals from ministries, NGOs and public organisations. The Conference was organised by the US Embassy to Finland, the Canadian Embassy to Finland, the Swedish Embassy to Finland and the Finnish Government in co-operation with the Council of the Baltic Sea States. The meeting enjoyed the presence of several dignitairies like H.E. President Halonen of Finland, H.E. President Freiberga of Latvia, H.E. Prime Minister Jttenmki of Finland and H.E. Deputy Prime Minister Winberg of Sweden to mention some. Some of the presentations made during the conference are available under "Ongoing projects - Child Trafficking". The speeches made by Presidents Halonen and Freiberga are published here.
Unaccompanied Children from the Region of the Baltic Sea States - The full report from the meeting of senior officials is now available
07 Mar 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
"Unaccompanied Children from the Region of the Baltic Sea States: Interministerial and Interagency Co-operation for Improved Assessment, Care and Reintegration" This meeting including senior officials from Belarus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, Poland, Russian Federation, Sweden and Ukraine took place in Stockholm, Sweden on the 10th to 11th of February 2003. The report is now available.
NGO perspective on Unaccompanied Children in the region of the Baltic Sea States
13 Feb 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
Ms Annika hnberg, Chair person of Save the Children Sweden, opened the second day of the meeting on Unaccompanied Children in the region of the Baltic Sea States with a presentation followed by a lively discussion.
Unaccompanied Children in the region of the Baltic Sea States
13 Feb 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
Ms Berit Andnor, Swedish Minister for Child and Family Affairs held the closing statement at the meeting of Senior officials on Interministerial and Intergovernmental co-operation to improve the situation for Unaccompanied Children in the Baltic Sea Region
Conference on Unaccompanied Children
13 Feb 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
Mr Jan O. Karlsson, Swedish Minister for Development Co-operation and Asylum and Migration Policies opened the Conference on Unaccompanied Children in the region of the Baltic Sea States. Representatives from 14 countries discussed Interministerial and Intergovernmental co-operation to improve assessment, care and reintegration of unaccompanied children in the region.
Outcome from meeting of Senior Officials on Unaccompanied Children in the Region of the Baltic Sea States
12 Feb 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
Senior officials from the member countries in the Council of the Baltic Sea States, senior officials from Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova, representatives from the European Commission, IOM and from UNHCR have, together with representatives from the NGO sector, for two days discussed the issue of Interministerial and Interagency Co-operation for Improved Assessment, Care and Reintegration of Unaccompanied Children within and from the region. The Chaiman's conclusions from the meeting including commitments agreed upon by the participants are now available.
Terre des Hommes Albania report on Trafficking of children
07 Jan 2003 Published by: Lars Lf (CBSS)
Terre des Hommes in Albania has published this report on the trafficking of children from Albania to Greece.
As future job-seekers, what do female high school graduates in Estonia know about trafficking in human beings?
30 Dec 2002 Published by: Soonets, Ruth (Estonia)
The present study of the awareness that graduating female high school students have, as a group at risk of being trafficked, is part of the campaign activity in Estonia. The study was conducted by sociologistsi (Marion Pajumets)at the Estonian Institute of Humanities. The material was gathered at semi-structured group discussion sessions in the summer of 2002. Report is available at:
Kvinnoforum - Networking Against Trafficking in Women and Girls
28 Aug 2001 Published by:
Trafficking in women and girls for the purpose of sexual exploitation in the form of prostitution, pornography, escorts, and such is a growing phenomenon in Europe and throughout the world. As a result of poverty and limited work opportunities, young women from the developing world, and increasingly, from Eastern Europe, leave their countries in search of work. These women become prey to traffickers who promise such work as dancing or as hostesses. Instead, these women end up living in slave-like conditions, under the full control of the profiteer/pimp. To address this growing problem, Kvinnoforum runs a networking project against trafficking.
ASEM Foreign Ministers Meeting, Beijing 24-25 May 2001
20 Jun 2001 Published by:
ASEM Action Plan to Combat Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children - "The Ministers recognized that trafficking in women and children was a growing concern to all and welcomed the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and its Protocols. ASEM Partners would intensify cooperation to combat the hideous crime of trafficking in human beings with a view to ensuring respect and protection of the rights of victims of trafficking, especially women and children. The Ministers welcomed the action plan prepared by the Core Group Expert Meeting on ASEM initiative on Trafficking in Women and Children."
ASEM - Child Welfare Initiative Resource Centre
16 May 2001 Published by:
The ASEM Resource Centre has been established as the main tool for information, exchange and research of the ASIA-Europe Meeting's (ASEM) Child Welfare Initiative. The services are intended to inform professionals working in law enforcement, welfare agencies, courts and legal personnel, governments and non-governmental settings - in fact all those working to combat the exploitaiton of children.
Trafficking in Women and Children in Asia and in Europe
11 May 2001 Published by:
A background presentation of the problems involved and the initiatives taken. Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Sweden, May 2001