Kebebasan seks di czech republic

20-Oct-2018 21:51

In 2009, only 23 percent (19 out of 83) trafficking offenders convicted served time in prison, down from 28 percent in 2008 (18 out of 64).

In 2009, two traffickers were sentenced to between 15 to 25 years in prison, 16 were sentenced to one to five years, and one of those convicted was imprisoned for less than a year.

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In January 2010, a new section of the criminal code – Section 166 – came into effect and increased the maximum penalty prescribed for trafficking to 16 years.Domestically, the Ministry of Interior funds an NGO to conduct a campaign to raise awareness of forced labour among foreign workers in factories, especially among the Vietnamese community.The government also funds NGOs to conduct general trafficking awareness campaigns in schools and in asylum and migration centers.The Czech government amended its criminal code to increase the maximum penalty for trafficking from 15 to 16 years’ imprisonment, and provides assistance to victims of trafficking both within the Czech Republic and also in source countries, described by the US State Department as "excellent".In 2009, the government provided approximately 6,000 in funding for its domestic anti-trafficking programs, including 3,000 for victim assistance.

In January 2010, a new section of the criminal code – Section 166 – came into effect and increased the maximum penalty prescribed for trafficking to 16 years.

Domestically, the Ministry of Interior funds an NGO to conduct a campaign to raise awareness of forced labour among foreign workers in factories, especially among the Vietnamese community.

The government also funds NGOs to conduct general trafficking awareness campaigns in schools and in asylum and migration centers.

The Czech government amended its criminal code to increase the maximum penalty for trafficking from 15 to 16 years’ imprisonment, and provides assistance to victims of trafficking both within the Czech Republic and also in source countries, described by the US State Department as "excellent".

In 2009, the government provided approximately 6,000 in funding for its domestic anti-trafficking programs, including 3,000 for victim assistance.

The same year authorities prosecuted 115 people for trafficking offences (compared with 110 in 2008), leading to 83 convictions, an increase from 64 in 2008.