Members of the judiciary, law enforcement, and other government officials received trafficking-specific training provided by IOM and NGOs.
In January, the Ministry of Internal and Social Affairs worked with unicef to begin a public outreach through a weekly radio show on the commercial sexual exploitation of children.The government partnered with NGOs to produce seven anti-trafficking radio programs, educate over 320 children in care of the state on human trafficking prevention, and develop and pilot a trafficking education program for Georgian secondary school children.Traffickers appear to operate in loose ethnic-based crime networks.Therefore, pursuant to Section 107 of the 2008 Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act, Lebanon is deemed not to be making significant efforts to comply with the minimum standards and is placed on Tier.Jordans sponsorship system binds foreign workers to their designated employers without adequate access to legal recourse when they face abuse and without the ability to switch employers, thereby placing a significant amount of power in the hands of employers and recruitment agencies.Brown announced that two Mexican airlines and the National Hotel and Motel Association mobile ford escort representing over 4,000 hotels, have agreed to sign the Code.However, the Government of Macedonia has yet to achieve a comprehensive victim-centered approach to trafficking.The government reported that trafficking victims were permitted to leave the shelters at will.
In December 2010, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family (mogef) developed training materials on sex trafficking for juveniles for distribution in schools and to public officials.
Each trafficking victim could receive up to six months of rehabilitative care, including psychological care, medical aid, legal representation, and housing, if necessary.It also continued to train law enforcement and other officials in identifying and investigating trafficking in persons offenses.Although female victims of forced labor had access to the governments multi-purpose shelter, the government did not report providing protection to victims of forced labor either male or female.Nevertheless, there were no officials convicted of trafficking-related complicity during the reporting period.Several of Hong Kongs domestic worker employment agencies have illegally withheld passports, employment contracts, and bank debit cards of domestic workers until their debt has been paid factors that could facilitate labor trafficking in the territory.The Anti-Human Trafficking Law of 2008, which became effective in March 2009, prohibits all forms of trafficking and prescribes penalties of six months to 10 years imprisonment for forced prostitution, child trafficking, trafficking of women murder of three prostitutes and girls, and trafficking crimes involving other aggravating circumstances; these.The government did not provide specialized training for law enforcement and immigration officials on identifying trafficking victims.
Some victims were reportedly arrested or detained before authorities identified them as trafficking victims.
The laws effectiveness, however, is impaired by its requirement that slaves file a legal complaint before a prosecution can be pursued, as well as its barring of NGOs from filing complaints on behalf of slaves.