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Help Australia take action against organ trafficking

Inquiry-into-Human-Organ-Trafficking-and-Organ-Transplant-TourismThe Human Rights Sub-Committee of the Parliament
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Help Australia take action against organ trafficking

The Human Rights Sub-Committee of the Parliament’s Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade has commenced an inquiry into international human organ trafficking. The inquiry will examine how the Australian legal system deters organ trafficking and what more can be done to prevent this offence from occurring both in Australia and internationally.

Contribute to parliamentary inquiry by making a submission and encourage others to do so. Follow link to contribute...

Sustainable development part of the solution to organ trafficking at UN

Media27July2017IISD | 27 June, 2017
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By Ana Maria Lebada

Governments, Stakeholders Advise Leveraging SDGs to Combat Human Trafficking

Multi-stakeholder participants gathered for a one-day informal interactive hearing convened by the UNGA President in preparation for a High-Level Meeting on the Appraisal of 2010’s UN Global Plan of Action to Combat Trafficking in Persons.

Many participants noted that three of the SDGs (5.2, 8.7 and 16.2) address human trafficking, and outlined the need to consider this issue in a multidisciplinary and comprehensive way...

Combatting organ trafficking in Pakistan - the fight continues

News3FirstPost | 27 June, 2017
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Watch: Wealth and Poverty keep Pakistan's Illegal Organ Trafficking Trade alive

In Lahore, doctors have been conducting an illegal organ trafficking trade, supported by the unwillingness of the rich and desperation of the poor...

Australian Government considers tougher action on organ trafficking

News Corp Australia Network  24 June 2017News Corp Australia Network | 24 June, 2017
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By Sue Dunlevy

Tough new laws to crack down on illegal organ trade to be considered by parliamentary inquiry

TOUGH new penalties to deter the illegal trade in human organs will be examined by a federal parliamentary inquiry after a News Corp investigation exposed the chilling business...

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