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    China TIER ranking: TIER 3 (TIP 2019)

    The Government of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) does not fully meet the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking and is not making significant efforts to do so; therefore China remained on Tier 3. Despite the lack of significant efforts, the government took some steps to address trafficking, including by continuing to cooperate […] More

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    Protection against human trafficking in China (TIP 2019)

    The government decreased efforts to protect victims. For the second consecutive year, the government did not report how many victims it identified, although media reports indicated authorities continued to remove some victims from their exploitative situations. MPS maintained written instructions promulgated in 2016 for law enforcement officers throughout the country aiming to clarify procedures for […] More

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    Romania: TIER ranking: TIER 2 Watch list (TIP 2019)

    The Government of Romania does not fully meet the minimum standards for the elimination of trafficking but is making significant efforts to do so. These efforts include indicting more suspected traffickers and adopting a five-year national strategy and national action plan. However, the government did not demonstrate overall increasing efforts compared to the previous reporting […] More

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    Prevention of human trafficking in Morocco (TIP 2019)

    The government maintained efforts to prevent human trafficking. The government did not have a national inter-ministerial antitrafficking commission as required by the 2016 anti-trafficking law; a 2017 decree to establish the committee remained pending approval at the end of the reporting period. Nevertheless, several ministries throughout the Moroccan government took various leadership roles to combat […] More

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    Story of Nigerian women forced into prostitution in Italy

    Rose, 21, is staying in a shelter for victims of sex trafficking in Italy. Roves was forced into prostitution in Libya for four years after being raped by traffickers. She was 17 when she left Nigeria. A madam approached her to work as a babysitter in Europe. Before she was taken to Libya, two men […] More

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    The Olokun Symbols in Nigerian tradition

    Some information about Nigerian Traditional religion. Summary of Information about the Olokun Symbol: In the rich tapestry of Edo tradition, the belief echoes that our origins lie in Osalobua, our divine creator, and our ultimate destiny is to return to Osalobua. This profound notion signifies an unbroken connection between humanity and its maker. The Edo […] More

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