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20 Years After: Implementing and Going Beyond the Palermo Protocol

Two webinars highlighted the need for change in the approach to trafficking in persons, both from a cultural and legal point of view, at a global

Revising EU Directive on human trafficking? For bad or good reasons?

Directive 2011/36/EU is not fully and correctly implemented, especially concerning its most innovative aspects on victims’ rights. Therefore, I’m convinced

Workers must be free from exploitation

1 May: this celebration reminds us that so many workers live and work in a condition of serious exploitation, in

G20 governments must address violence embedded in women’s exploitation

Violence against women is not an issue regarding women only, but the society as a whole. It must be considered

Governments must protect the health and rights of the most vulnerable people including migrants, trafficked and exploited persons.

COVID-19 has a horrible impact on the most vulnerable, including asylum seekers, refugees and undocumented migrants including trafficked persons.  Those

5° Report “Agromafie e Caporalato”

Proud to contribute to the 5° Report “Agromafie e Caporalato” recently published by FLAI-CGIL,  the Italian Trade Union of agricultural

Stop Slavery Awards

The Thomson Reuters Stop Slavery Award: a nice opportunity to value innovative actions to help trafficking and slavery victims to

Presentation to HRC

I presented today my report to the Human Rights Council, calling for a shift from a law enforcement to a


Maria Grazia Giammarinaro

International expert on trafficking and expoitation. 

Adjunct Professor of Human Rights Law.

Formerly judge - court of Rome.

Former UN Special Repporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children.

20 Years After:  Implementing and Going Beyond the Palermo Protocol Talk Station con Raffaele Mortelliti