The Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings1 was adopted by the Council of Europe2 in 2005 for the purpose of:
(1) preventing and combating trafficking in human beings, while guaranteeing gender equality3;
(2) protecting the human rights of the victims of trafficking by designing a comprehensive framework for the protection and assistance of victims and witnesses, while guaranteeing gender equality, as well as ensuring effective investigation and prosecution
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