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Several slave owners were caught and arrested in the past month in Hungary.
Hungarian workers had been misled, treated badly and subjected to poor working conditions by an English company.
Women were forced into prostitution by a group of five people in Berlin.
Crime Prevention Foundation of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County published a public newsletter with the title „Trafficking in Human Beings – working abroad – prostitution!” in March 2014.
The Commission would like to invite civil society organisations working on trafficking in human beings – that do not already participate in the EU Civil Society e-Platform against Trafficking in Human Beings - to express their interest to participate in it.
In a publication called ÁllásStart 2014 the European Job Mobility Portal (EURES) presented an article in February about 6+1 tips how to recognize the misleading foreign job offers which are the following:
A Cooperation Agreement was signed by lieutenant general Károly Papp, national chief of police and Mr Sándor Szenczy, president of the Hungarian Baptist Aid on 27 March 2014.
With the title “2013, the year of actions against Trafficking in Human Beings in Hungary” an article was presented by Dr Szandra Windt, researcher of the National Institute of Criminology in the scientific journal of the Ministry of Interior.
A Hungarian criminal organisation dealing with pimping of prostitutes was eliminated by the Belgian and Hungarian police.