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Trafficking in human beings is a crime that affects all countries, whether it is a country of origin, transit or destination.

In order to combat trafficking in human beings effectively, it is necessary for States to coordinate their efforts. Chapter VI of the Council of Europe Convention contains the provisions for international co-operation between the Parties to the Convention. These provisions are not limited to judicial cooperation in criminal matters. They also concern cooperation in the prevention of trafficking, protection and assistance to victims. This implies strengthening cooperation at the bilateral, subregional, regional and international levels in order to exchange best practices and consolidate technical cooperation. 

The partnership is also carried out at the national level, between the various actors working on trafficking in human beings, such as governmental institutions, non-governmental institutions, civil society, the private sector, the media and workers’ organizations.

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