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Draft Law on Combating Human Trafficking Discussed

13.02.2006

Draft Law on Combating Human Trafficking Discussed

Tbilisi, 10.02.2006, “Media News” - The National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI), organized a roundtable discussion about the Draft Law on Combating Trafficking in Human Beings and related legislation, which is expected to be adopted by the Parliament of Georgia in February 2006.

The aim of the roundtable discussion is to assess the 2005-2006 Plan of Action against Trafficking in Human Beings and to discuss the Draft initiated by MP Lali Papiashvili, Deputy Chair of the Human Rights and Civil Integration Committee.

Invited participants include Members of the Parliament, representatives of the Government of Georgia and other state institutions, domestic and international organizations and the media.

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