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Name: Memorandum of Understanding Between the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand and the Government of the Kingdom of Cambodia on Bilateral Cooperation for Eliminating Trafficking in Children and Women and Assisting Victims of Trafficking.
Country: Cambodia, Thailand
Subject(s): Elimination of forced labour; Elimination of child labour, protection of children and young persons; Other international agreements
Type of legislation: International agreement
Adopted on: 2003-05-31
Entry into force:
ISN: INT-2003-IA-70625
Bibliography: Laws Relating to Prevention and Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking in Women and Children, Bureau of Anti-trafficking in Women and Children, Department of Social Development and Welfare, Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, pp.95-106
MOU online in English MOU online in English Ministry of the Interior, Cambodia PDF PDF (consulted on 2010-02-22)
Abstract/Citation: Parties are to undertake necessary legal reform and other appropriate measures to ensure a legal framework for preventing trafficking in conformity with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the Conventions on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women and other international human rights instruments. Part II deals with preventive measures, which are to include, inter alia, measures establishing educational and vocational training programmes, increasing social services, enhancing awareness of trafficking, dissemination of information to the public. Part IV deals with protection of trafficked children and women, Part V regulates cooperation in suppression of trafficking of women and children, Part VI with repatriation, Part VII with reintegration, Part VII establishes a joint task force and Part IX contains the final provisions.
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