Azerbaijani nongovernmental organizations proposed joint struggle with human traffic to the Azerbaijani Ministry of Internal Affairs. The proposal was put forward at the roundtable dedicated to establishment of the Center on Psychological, Medical and Social Rehabilitation of Traffic Victims, Trend reports.
NGOs propose to hold inquiry among the population, determine groups of risk, carry out enlightenment work among potential victims of traffic, organize special establishments for them, participate in spcial rehabilitation, as well as render legal and medical aid.
The participants of the event, taken place with the participation of around 10 NGOs, as well as OSCE Baku Office and the U.S. embassy, noted the joint activities of force bodies and nongovernmental organizations may play a great part in the prevention of the crime.
The proposals were worked out within the mutual cooperation of state and non-governmental sector under item 10 of the Law on struggle with human traffic, as well as item of the national action plan on struggle with human traffic in Azerbaijan.