Global cooperation sought to combat 'trafficking'
Abu Dhabi, November 25, 2013
The means to enhance cooperation in combating human trafficking was the focus of a meeting organised by the International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) in Lyon (France) recently.
A delegation from the UAE’s Ministry of Interior, headed by Colonel Mohammed Ali Al Shehhi from the Human Rights Department, comprising 10 officers specialised in combating human trafficking took part in the congress.
The delegation also included members of the public prosecution and judges from the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department.
The attendees also discussed the benefit of social media to highlight human trafficking crimes, combating the trafficking of human organs, and protecting children from abuse.
Colonel Al Shehhi presented a worksheet about the UAE’s efforts to combat human trafficking.
The delegation participated in the educational exhibition about human trafficking crimes through the distribution of publications, brochures, and books specialised in the field.
It also participated in the specialised course, specifically held for it on the sidelines of the congress, where the delegation received information and was acquainted with skills by international specialists in combating organised and human trafficking crimes. - TradeArabia News Service