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GRETA holds its 50th plenary meeting

The Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) held its 50th plenary meeting from 18 to 22 March 2024 in Strasbourg, France.

GRETA adopted final reports on Finland, Germany, Monaco and Switzerland as part of the third evaluation round of the implementation of the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings. These reports will be sent to the authorities concerned and will subsequently be made public, together with eventual final comments received from the authorities.

Furthermore, GRETA approved draft second round reports on Czechia and Türkiye, the draft third round report on San Marino, as well as a combined first and second round draft report on Aruba (Netherlands). GRETA decided to transmit these draft reports to the national authorities concerned and to ask them to submit their comments within two months. The comments will be taken into account when GRETA draws up its final evaluation reports. GRETA draft reports remain confidential until their final adoption.

On the occasion of its 50th meeting, GRETA organised an event on 22 March which provided an opportunity to reflect on the 15 years of monitoring of the Council of Europe Anti-Trafficking Convention and GRETA’s future work. The publication on “Practical impact of GRETA’s work” highlights many positive measures taken by States Parties to strengthen their legislations and policies to combat human trafficking.

 Photos gallery (Flickr) 

 See also: 15 years of GRETA's monitoring work

50th Meeting Strasbourg, France 22 March 2024
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