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  • Joint report by UNICEF, UNOHCHR and OSCE-ODHIR on Trafficking in Human Beings in South Eastern Europe (2003)

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    This report is a 2003 update on Situation and Responses to Trafficking in Human Beings in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro including the UN Administered Province of Kosovo, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova and Romania.

  • Investigating exploitation. Research into trafficking in children in the Netherlands.

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    Report presents the results of the research conducted in co-operation with Unicef Netherlands and is supposed to answer the question: "How and where are children exploited in the Netherlands, and how can they be protected from such exploitation?"

  • Cybercrime - A Practical Guide to Criminal Law and Case Studies

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    The OSCE Mission to Montenegro, the US Embassy and the Judiciary Training Centre, in co-operation with police, prosecution and judiciary experts have developed this guide for public prosecutors, judges and criminal police officers. The guide presents the basics of international and national criminal law framework, accompanied by concrete examples. Its purpose is to serve as a tool in the work of the police, public prosecutors and courts when processing the cybercrime cases.

  • Human (child) trafficking - A look through the Internet window

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    This research paper, published by the Serbian NGO Astra with the support of the OSCE Mission to Serbia, contains the analysis of the print media in Serbia, human trafficking problems of secondary school pupils, their use of Internet and chat rooms, human (child) trafficking internet recruitment and comparative analysis of international and domestic legal framework.

  • Report on money laundering and predicate crime in Serbia 2000-2005

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    The study of money laundering and predicate crime contained in this report was funded by a grant from the United States Department of State and was prepared in consultation with the United States Department of Justice, Resident Legal Advisor Office.