U.S. Embassy hosts workshop on combatting human trafficking and assisting its victims
Society02 April 2019, 11:42 342
Combatting human trafficking and assisting its victims were the focus of a recent workshop hosted on by the U.S. Embassy, and involving experts from the United States and Azerbaijani governments. After opening remarks from Deputy Chief of Mission William Gill, Special Agent Rachel Simon from the Embassy’s Diplomatic Security office spoke about current methodologies for identifying and assisting victims of human trafficking. Marija Nikolovska, Migrant Protection Assistance Coordinator for the International Organization for Migration, presented information on the current human trafficking situation in Azerbaijan. Special Agent Simon also conducted training on recognizing fraudulent travel documents that are often used by traffickers. The workshop was attended by Azerbaijani officials from the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Internal Affairs, and Justice, as well as the State Border and Migration Services.
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