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DH-TET: second meeting of the Drafting Committee on trafficking for the purpose of labour exploitation

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DH-TET: second meeting of the Drafting Committee on trafficking for the purpose of labour exploitation

The Drafting Committee on trafficking for the purpose of labour exploitation (DH-TET) held its second meeting on 29-30 November 2021.

The Committee has been set up to prepare a draft recommendation of the Committee of Ministers on preventing and combating trafficking in human beings for the purpose of labour exploitation, in line with the decisions taken at the 129th Ministerial Session on 17 May 2019 in Helsinki and the Secretary General’s Roadmap on strengthening action against trafficking in human beings for the purpose of labour exploitation.

During this two-day meeting in Strasbourg and online, the Committee pursued its work on the preparation of the draft recommendation.

The report of the meeting will be made available shortly.


   Agenda of the meeting

   Terms of reference of the DH-TET

The DH-TET is set up under the authority of the Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH) and is composed of 10 member States’ representatives and 5 independent experts appointed by the Secretary General.

   DH-TET webpage