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Annex

to Integrated Program on the Prevention of Human Traffic

in the Republic of Tajikistan in 2006-2010 approved by Resolution of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan

dated __ ____________ 2006 №_____

MATRIX OF IMPLEMENTATION MEASURES

Integrated Program on the Prevention of Human Traffic in the Republic of Tajikistan in 2006-2010

Objectives

Typical problems

Implementation measures

Timeframe

Executing agencies

Indicators of achievement

1. Monitoring underlying problems of human traffic

1.1. Lack of public awareness in methods used by human traffickers

1.1.1. Study, analysis and summary of anti-traffic measures by state structures whose task it is to combat human traffic

1.1.2. Increased public awareness in means and methods used by human traffickers and of a potential risk of exploitation and violence towards illegal migrants through a systematic organization of information and public awareness campaigns aimed at the prevention of human traffic

1.1.3. Creation of special  TV and radio programs and print/website columns covering consequences of illegal migration

1.1.4. Classification of citizens’ risk groups

1.1.5. Systematic consultancy and advocacy activities among risk groups; provision of target assistance

1.1.6. Establishment and facilitation of ‘hot lines” and “trust lines” in relevant ministries and institutions aimed at sharing information on labor migration and prevention of human traffic

1.1.7. Development and publication of a collection of international legal acts and normative-legal acts of the Republic of Tajikistan aimed against human traffic

1.1.8. Development of educational programs for trainers of short-term courses on the prevention and elimination of human traffic

1.1.9. Continue further study, comparative analysis, summarizing and dissemination of international experience in the prevention of,  and combating human traffic in the Republic of Tajikistan

Annually

Permanently

Permanently

2006 – 2007

2007 – 2010

May – December, 2006 / Permanently

2006- 2007

2006 – 2008

Permanently

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Economy and Trade, Ministry of State Revenues, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, State Committee on the Protection of the State Border

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Justice, TV and Radio Broadcasting Committee

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, TV and Radio Broadcasting Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family Affairs

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, Ministry of Justice

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, Ministry of Justice, General Prosecutor’s Office

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, Ministry of Justice,  State Committee on the Protection of the TV and Radio Broadcasting Committee, e State Border,  Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family Affairs,  General Prosecutor’s Office

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs,

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, General Prosecutor’s Office

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Foreign Affairs,  Committee on the Protection of the TV and Radio Broadcasting Committee, Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family

Status of combating human traffic within relevant state structures has been studies, analyzed and summarized.

Increased level of public awareness in illegal migration and methods preventing human traffic as well as the activity of anti-traffic bodies

Special TV and radio programs developed; mass media has special columns devoted to the issue

Risk groups categories identified

Explanatory and consultative work is under way; advisory assistance provided

“Hot lines” and “Trust lines” created and duly function. It is also recommended to create similar lines within international organizations and NGOs

The collection is published and freely disseminated

Programs developed; short-term courses are available to various society groups, especially young people, including high-school students, university students and young unemployed

Further studies and comparative analysis are under way, including summarizing and dissemination of international experience in this area

2. Elaboration of training programs aimed against human traffic for government agencies / subjects of anti-traffic activity

 

2.1. Inadequate treatment of victims of human traffic and illegal labor migrants

2.1.1. Elaboration of training programs on treating victims of human traffic and labor migrants for law enforcement bodies, prosecutor’s office, courts and other subjects combating human traffic

2.1.2. Annual regional and cross-sector meetings/seminars on the coordination of implementation measures aimed against human traffic

2.1.3. Workshops on the exchange of experience between different state structures working with victims of human traffic and labor migrants followed-up by the replication of best practices

2.1.4. Continue thematic sessions on the issues of human traffic under the programs of sexual education and consultancy in family planning centers, support centers, and centers providing assistance to victims of human traffic

2.1.5. Development and publication of information materials on the issues of human traffic in the Republic of Tajikistan

June – December 2006

February 2007 / Each February

2007-2010

Permanently

Permanently

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, General Prosecutor’s Office

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs,  Ministry of Health, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Economy and Trade, State Committee on the Protection of the State Border,  Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family

Committee on Religious Affairs

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs,  Ministry of Health, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Economy and Trade, State Committee on the Protection of the State Border,  General Prosecutor’s Office

Ministry of Health, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Education

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs,  Ministry of Health, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection

Programs developed and used for training personal of anti-traffic agencies

Meetings/workshops conducted with the participation of responsible officers of state agencies and other anti-traffic institutions

Workshops on experience exchange are under way; booklets, brochures and bulletins are published and disseminated

Thematic training is under way

Regular development and publication of materials

3. Elimination of social problems creating conditions for expanded human traffic

 

3.1. A set of issues, including unemployment, lack of recuperation and other social problems faced by the population, especially young people

3.1.1 Creation of jobs

3.1.2. Regulation of the activities of youth centers; establishment of similar centers in rural areas

3.1.3. Resolve the employment problem for graduates of vocational schools trained at the expense of the state budget

3.1.4. Vocational guidance and training of young unemployed in occupations that are in demand at labor markets (considering regional specifics)

3.1.5. Continue support of entrepreneurship activity among women in small and medium business

3.1.6. Establishment and facilitation of ‘hot lines” and “trust lines” in relevant ministries and institutions involved in anti-traffic activities to receive information on supposed illegal migration and protect potential victims of human traffic and government informants

3.1.7. Creating new NGOs working in the area of the protection of victims of human traffic and providing assistance to these persons

3.1.8. Developing a model on the creation of a support and assistance center for victims of human traffic

3.1.9. Establish support centers for victims of human traffic in the cities of Dushanbe and Khudjand

3.1.10. Support centers will provide victims of human traffic with information on their rights, legal assistance, social protection and support, including medical and psychological assistance not only for victims of human traffic but also to people cooperating with state bodies combating human traffic

3.1.11. Organize consultancy services for people leaving the country  on employment, medical treatment, recreation, etc. in  dispatch points (airports, railway stations, cross-border points)

3.1.12. Increase border control with regard to persons – potential victims of human traffic

3.1.13. Exercise constant control over the activity of tourist firms, matrimonial agencies and economic objects working without licenses for their intermediary activity consisting in providing jobs abroad

Permanently

2007 – 2010

2007 – 2010

2007 – 2010

Permanently

April – June, 2006

2006 – 2007

2006

2007 – 2010

2007 – 2010

2006 – 2010

Permanently

Permanently

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Education, Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Education, Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Education, Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Education, Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family

Ministry of Economy and Trade, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Education,   Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family, Committee on Religious Affairs General Prosecutor’s Office,

Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Health

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Health , Ministry of Justice

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Health , Ministry of Justice

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Health , Ministry of Justice, Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family

Ministry of State Revenues, State Committee on the Protection of the State Border,  Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Health , Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

State Committee on the Protection of the State Border, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of State Revenues   

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Economy and Trade,  Ministry of Justice,  Ministry of State Revenues, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security,   State Committee on the Protection of the State Border

Jobs created

Youth centers activity is regulated; new youth centers established in rural areas

Vocational guidance and vocational training have been organized

Permanently working ‘hot lines” and “trust lines”

Measures are taken to help establish new NGOs

Typical provisions developed

Support and assistance centers for victims of human traffic created in the cities of Dushanbe and Khudjand

Support and assistance centers are fully equipped

Free consultative services; publication of booklets, brochures, bulletins and their free dissemination among those who leave the country

Border control strengthened

Constant border control

4. Creating conditions for the return, reintegration and rehabilitation of victims of human traffic

 

4.1. Lack of bilateral international legal acts aimed at the return, reintegration, and rehabilitation of victims of human traffic

4.1.1. Elaborate programs on phased integration and rehabilitation of victims of human traffic, as well as the reintegration of victims of human traffic in the society

4.1.2. Development of incentive mechanisms for employers involved in human trafficking

 

2007 – 2010

2007

 

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security,   Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family,

Committee on Religious Affairs

Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Finance,  Youth Committee, Committee on Women’s and Family

Programs developed on phased reintegration and rehabilitation of victims of human traffic in the society

Mechanisms developed and adopted

5. Improvement of the national legislation

 

5.1. Incomplete integration of concepts of victims of human traffic in the legislation of the Republic of Tajikistan and insufficient incorporation of international legal acts in the legislation of the Republic of Tajikistan

5.1.1. Development of draft Law of the Republic of Tajikistan “On Changes and Amendments to the Law of the Republic of Tajikistan On Combating Human Trafficking” aimed its improvement and compliance with international legal acts recognized by the Republic of Tajikistan

5.1.2. Development of draft Law of the Republic of Tajikistan “On Changes and Amendments to the Criminal Code of the Republic of Tajikistan” to ensure its compliance with international legal acts recognized by the Republic of Tajikistan

5.1.3. Development of mechanisms of individual criminal records aimed against human traffic

5.1.4. Creation of a system and a database for the collection and analysis of information on physical and legal persons involved in human traffic, as well as data reflecting the status of combating human traffic and prostitution; on persons suspected by law enforcement bodies  in human traffic based on investigations, trial outcomes or information received through international or regional channels

5.1.5. Preparing comments to the Law of the Republic of Tajikistan “On Combating Human Trafficking”

5.1.6. Preparing comments to articles of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Tajikistan aimed against human traffic

2006

October, 2007

2007

2007 – 2009

2007

2007

 Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security,   Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, General Prosecutor’s Office

Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security,   Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, General Prosecutor’s Office

Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security,   General Prosecutor’s Office

Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security,  Ministry of State Revenues,  State Committee on the Protection of the State Border, General Prosecutor’s Office, Justice Office

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic

The draft Law of the Republic of Tajikistan On Combating Human Trafficking” developed and approved by the Government of the RT and submitted for the approval of the Majlisi Namoyondagon Majlisi Oli of the RT

The draft Law of the Republic of Tajikistan “On Changes and Amendments to the Criminal Code of the Republic of Tajikistan” developed and approved by the Government of the RT and submitted for the approval of the Majlisi Namoyondagon Majlisi Oli of the RT

Mechanisms of individual records developed

System/Database created

 

Comments to the Law of the Republic of Tajikistan “On Combating Human Trafficking” published and disseminated

Comments to articles of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Tajikistan aimed against human traffic published and disseminated

6. Development of international cooperation

 

6.1. Lack of bilateral agreements and weak international cooperation with countries of transit and destination in the area of combating human traffic

6.1.1. Negotiations, project design and signing bilateral agreements with countries of transit or destination aimed against human traffic and return of victims of human traffic

6.1.2 Establishing contacts with relevant state structures in countries of transit and destination aimed against human traffic (signing cooperation agreements)

6.1.3. Establish cooperation with the Interpol and other regional and international organizations in the area of combating human traffic, exchange of experience and information aimed at the search of victims of human traffic and persons suspected in committing these crimes

6.1.4. Study of the issue and opening consular offices and diplomatic missions in places of compact location of labor migrants and in countries of exploitation of victims of human traffic

6.1.4. Study of international legal acts with the purpose of their future ratification and endorsement  in the Republic of Tajikistan

6.1.5. Attracting international and public associations and charity funds to the implementation of projects aimed at the prevention and elimination of human traffic, protection, return, and rehabilitation of persons – victims of human traffic

2006 – 2008

2006 – 2010

2007 – 2008

2007 – 2009

2007 – 2008

2007 – 2010

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security   

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security   

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, General Prosecutor’s Office, Justice Office    

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Economy and Trade, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic

Interagency Commission on the Prevention of Human Traffic,  Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Security, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Economy and Trade, Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, General Prosecutor’s Office

Negotiations held, projects developed, bilateral agreements with countries of transit and destination signed

Bilateral agreements signed with relevant agencies of foreign countries

Cooperation established, joint activity is on-going

Issued studied; consular offices and diplomatic missions in countries of exploitation of victims of human traffic established

International legal acts studied and submitted for endorsement

International and public associations, charity funds involved to the implementation of projects aimed at the prevention of human traffic