In particular, the military police now focus on human smuggling rather than trafficking and this could explain the 46% drop in cases identified by them.The figures show that some 66% of the cases are related to the sex industry and the proportion of Dutch nationals being sexually exploited has risen from 35% to 46% over the past year.
She wants the justice ministry to take steps to make sure that people working with refugees are better able to recognise the signs of human trafficking.All videos are hosted by 3rd party websites and we have no control over their contents.We take no responsibility for the content on any webpage which we link to, please use your own discretion while surfing the links.There was a sharp drop in the number of reports of human trafficking in the Netherlands last year but there is still no reason to be optimistic, national reporter Corrine Dettmeijer said on Tuesday.In total, 1,321 possible victims were registered last year, down 240 on 2014.‘It is worrying because we have no reason to think there are fewer victims,’ Dettmeijer said.
Instead, the reduction is likely to be due to changed police priorities, she said.
The Netherlands was the first country in the world to extend civil marriage laws to same-sex couples in 2001.
Over 15.000 couples have since taken advantage of this.
In both cases, the other partner must adopt the child in order to become its other lawful parent.
Couples of the same-sex and / or gender identity who marry in the Netherlands must also be aware that their union may not be recognised by other foreign countries.
We have a zero-tolerance policy against illegal pornography.