Working Group on Trafficking in Persons
The Bali Process Working Group on Trafficking in Persons aims to promote more effective and coordinated law and justice responses to combat trafficking in persons in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Working Group is co-chaired by Australia and Indonesia, and reports annually to the Bali Process Ad Hoc Group. It brings together a network of experts on trafficking in persons from the fifteen states and three international organisations that form the Ad Hoc Group membership.
The Working Group provides a mechanism for Bali Process members to share information, best practice and emerging trends, and identify opportunities for international cooperation and capacity building in responding to trafficking in persons.
Establishment of the Working Group was an outcome of the Fifth Bali Process Ministerial Conference, held on 2 April 2013. Terms of reference for the Working Group were endorsed at the Eighth Bali Process Ad Hoc Group Senior Officials Meeting in August 2014.
The Working Group met for the first time on 27 March 2015 and finalised its Forward Work Plan 2015-17 which was presented at the Ninth Bali Process Ad Hoc Group Senior Officials Meeting in Wellington in May 2015.
Second Annual Meeting of the Bali Process Working Group on Trafficking in Persons, Bangkok, 18 May 2016.
First Meeting of the Working Group on Trafficking in Persons, Bangkok, 27 March 2015
Bali Process Following the Money Forum, Bangkok, 16-17 May 2016
Regional Symposium on Trafficking for the Purposes of Labour Exploitation, Bangkok, 25-26 March 2015
- Bali Process Policy Guide on Criminalising Trafficking in Persons
- Bali Process Policy Guide on Identifying Victims of Trafficking
- Bali Process Policy Guide on Protecting Victims of Trafficking
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