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Efforts Against Human Trafficking United

August 25, 2013 La Casa de Jardin

The Attorney General of Justice of the State (AGJS) and the International Network of Hearts (INH), reaffirmed their commitment to work together for the defense...

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Three Sentenced in Rosarito for Trafficking in Persons

August 14, 2013 La Casa de Jardin

TIJUANA, Baja California(PH) or the crime of trafficking in persons in two separate events, three people were sentenced in Playas de Rosarito, which makes four...

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75 Fall in Europe for Human Trfficking

August 14, 2013 La Casa de Jardin

Madrid, Spain (August 10, 2013). – Spanish police announced on Saturday the arrest in Spain and France of 75 members of an international network that...

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ETC Government Promotes Law Against Human Trafficking

August 14, 2013 La Casa de Jardin

Reynosa, Tamaulipas. – The government of Egidio Torre Cantú, through the General Secretariat of Government, in this county offered a workshop for public servants in...

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There are no Complaints to the SHRC or Complaints of Human Trafficking

August 14, 2013 La Casa de Jardin

Durango, Durango. – In the State Human Rights Commission there are no complaints or reports of trafficking in persons, however commissioners must be training on this...

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Report on a Case of Human Trafficking Leads to Protection Agreement

August 14, 2013 La Casa de Jardin

According to data from the Attorney General’s Office in the state of Durango has been awareness of one complaint for the crime of trafficking. The...

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Marathon Run & Charity Dinner July 28, 2013

July 23, 2013 La Casa de Jardin

There will be a marathon & 1/2 run this Sunday, July 28 starting at the Abraham Lincoln Roundabout in Tijuana, Baja California at 7 A.M.  followed by...

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BC Congress Approves New Law to Eradicate Human Trafficking

July 16, 2013 La Casa de Jardin

Mexicali 28th of June (Notimex). – Baja California Congress unanimously approved the Law to Prevent and Eradicate Crimes on Trafficking in Persons and for the...

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Trafficking Offense Turned into an “Invisible” Crime in Indigenous Communities

Mexico City. – Human trafficking has become an “invisible” crime in the indigenous communities, by virtue that their practice is confused with the customs prevailing...

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Efforts of Fighting Human Trafficking Recognized in Baja California

June 16, 2013 Government Issues

TIJUANA.-The American Consulate and social organizations recognized the efforts of Baja California in the fight against human trafficking, as a binational forum developed in Tijuana,...

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