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January 27, 2023

Two Romanian judges participate in an international seminar in Israel

Romania will be represented by two judges in the 2nd International Seminar for Judges on The Critical Role of the Judiciary in Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, organized by the Golda Meir Mount Carmel International Training Center (MCTC) in Haifa, Israel, between 27 and 30 October 2014, Embassy of Israel in Bucharest  informs in a press release.
Bucharest Court of Appeal judges Mrs. Georgiana    Tudor and Mrs. Mariana Constantinescu will join colleagues from 14 other countries in an event that allows participants to share professional experiences on human trafficking and exchange best practices on methods of combating this global phenomenon.
“Trafficking in human beings is a serious crime and a violation of human rights. It is often linked with organized crime and is different from irregular migration or smuggling of irregular migrants. Once having crossed the border, a trafficked person is further exploited in coercive or inhuman conditions. People are trafficked for the purpose of sexual and labor exploitation or the removal of organs,” reads the release.
The seminar is organized by MCTC, together with the Ministry Of Foreign Affairs of the State of Israel, Israel’s Agency For International Development Cooperation (MASHAV), in cooperation with the Organization For Security And Cooperation In Europe (OSCE), the United Nations Office On Drugs And Crime (UNODC), the International Organization For Migration (IOM), the Institute of Advanced Judicial Studies, and the Anti-Trafficking Unit of the Israeli Ministry of Justice.

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