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 Report - Training of AYLU for police on human trafficking (AYLU)

 Report date: 02.04.2007

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Azərbaycan Gənc Hüquqşünaslar Birliyi (AGHB) carı ilin Mart ayının 30 və 31-də Bakıda, İrşad otleinin konfrans zalında İnsan alverinə qarşı mübarizəyə həsr olunmuş 2 günlük təlim keçirmişdir



Press release


2 days trianing on Struggling against human trafficking; cooperation between governmental and civil society organization had been condcuted by Azerbaijan Young Lawyers Union (AYLU) in March 30-31 in Baku, Irshad Hotel Conference room. The participants of the training were consisted from the representatives of the Prosecutor General Office, Baku City Head Department of Police, Sabail, Garadakh, Narimanov, Khatai, Binagadi, Narimanov, Nasimi, Azizbeyov, Yasamal, Surakhani ve Sabunchu districts police departments and National Association of Youth Organizations of the Republic of Organization and other NGOs. The training were led by the trainers Asif Ismayilov (chairman of AYAFE) and Oksana Azimova (Head of Gender department of AYLU).

At the opening ceremony the chairman of AYLU Ramil Isgandarov stressed that the National Action Plan on Struggling Against Human Trafficking approved by the President on May 6, 2004 is playing a role of legal basis for the collaboration of civil society organizations with the relevant governmental structures on consolidation of the efforts for struggling against human trafficking in Azerbaijan.

During the 2 days training the following topics were been delivered to participants in way of lecturing and practical group works, brainstorming, role games and case studies;

-          phases of the human trafficking and how to strugglle, international and national legal standards for struggling against human trafficking, exploatation, identification and support of the victims of human trafficking and other related topics.

The trianing was a part of the project implemented by AYLU within the programme of CRS in the South Caucasus on enhancing the collaboration between civil society and gvoernmental bodies on struggling against human trafficking.


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