Today, as the National Coordinator & Rapporteur against trafficking in human beings, I had a very fruitful and insightful exchange for an effective implementation of the EU Anti-Human Trafficking Directive and the enforcement of the fundamental rights of the vulnerable individuals who are exploited and trafficked through a criminal network for financial gain.
You are invited to read more on the national obligations and the recommendations to the national authorities in a Working Paper on the Principle of Equality & the Rights of the Child launched on FatherÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Day 2022 to further discuss the implementation of more effective procedures and legal mechanism at national level to safeguard the rights of children and other family members equally. These are available at this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oSHHcAYS3x1RghpAumSiIop6dtdvXuXY/view?usp=sharing
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Lawyer for Children’s Rights, Lynn Chircop Faure presented a working paper, including a set of recommendations for the implementation of more effective procedures and legal provisions to safeguard the rights of children and other family members.
The recommendations are based on four pillars: prevention, protection, proceedings, and partnerships.
Children’s rights lawyer Lynn Chircop Faure presented a working paper, including a set of recommendations for the implementation of more effective procedures and legal provisions to safeguard the rights of children and other family members.
She called for more understanding and sensitivity by the courts when dealing with cases where intervention is sought. The people involved, including the children, she said, expect the courts to identify and implement solutions as early as possible.
Chircop Faure called for decisions to be taken in reasonable timeframes and without exorbitant expenses.
A call for dialogue among all the stakeholders in the best interests of children
DR LYNN Chircop Faure presented a set of recommendations on the eve of Father's Day in pursuant to a research being carried out to safeguard the rights of the children to enjoy family life and healthy relationships with their family members, unless the authorities report that such relations are not in the best interests of the child, based on proper assessments which findings would include evidence gathered by professionals and public authorities responsible to protect all children in Malta.
These can be found in the link below: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oSHHcAYS3x1RghpAumSiIop6dtdvXuXY/view