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Usually, “trafficking” refers to the process when another person, who receives economic benefits from this, exploits someone. This is a form of violence, and most often, like other forms, it is applied to women and children.
Most often, exploitation is labor and sexual. Here are the signs they may include,
— exploitation of the prostitution of third parties or other forms of sexual exploitation,
— forced labor or services,
— slavery or practices similar to slavery,
— dependent state
— forced marriage– Extraction of organs.
Yes, there are provisions on human trafficking in the Criminal Code. They are listed in articles 143–1 — 143–3 of the Criminal Code, you can read them here.
On the one hand, in Georgia, prostitution is punishable by a warning, and if the violation is repeated within a year, it is punishable by a fine of up to half the minimum wage.
On the other hand, if it is proved that, the violator has become a survivor of exploitation and receives the appropriate status; she will be released from administrative liability.
Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association (GYLA)
Tbilisi, Uznadze st. 101. Tel: 032 299 50 76, email: email@example.com, website: www.gyla.ge
Tbilisi, Akaki Gakhokidze Street 11a. Tel: 032 230 76 03, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: www.sapari.ge
Rights of Georgia (formerly “Article 42 of the Constitution”)
Tbilisi, Akaki Gakhokidze Street 11a. Tel: 032 299 88 56, email: email@example.com, website: www.rights.ge
Human Rights Center Tbilisi
A. Gakhokidze Street 11a (former Gagarin 2 lane), III floor. Tel: (+995 32) 2 38 46 48, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, website: www.hridc.org
Partnership for Human Rights (PHR)
Tbilisi, Aleksidze 1, building №2, apartment 26. Tel: 032 233 13 56, email: email@example.com, website: www.phr.ge
Safe YOU — app to protect women from violence, call police and connect with services) – to be downloaded through any smartphone.
112 — is an app for the Georgian police.
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