Human trafficking: The Moroccan experience exposed to an American delegation

The president of the national commission for the coordination of measures to combat and prevent trafficking in human beings, Hicham Mellati, received, this Wednesday, a large American delegation chaired by the deputy director of the American Bureau of Surveillance and the Fight against human trafficking, Brian Marcus.

During this interview, Hicham Mellati, also Director of Criminal Affairs and Pardons at the Ministry of Justice, presented to the American official and the delegation accompanying him, the Moroccan experience in the fight and prevention of human trafficking. human beings, as well as the efforts that have been made to fight and prevent this crime, says a statement from the Commission.

This meeting, which was attended by officials from the American consulate in Casablanca, was also an opportunity to discuss the outlines and observations cited in the latest annual report published by the American Bureau of Monitoring and Combating Trafficking in people, as well as the means of cooperation and coordination between the two institutions, it is specified.

The Office of Human Trafficking and Monitoring is an agency of the United States Department of State responsible for investigating and creating programs to prevent human trafficking both in the United States and abroad. ‘foreign. It also presents its Trafficking in Persons Report annually with a view to raising awareness and prevention of exploitation and human trafficking.


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