China among top sources of human trafficking into


china
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China among top sources of human trafficking into Canada
China National News
Wednesday 29th October, 2008
(IANS)

China has been identified as one of the four top source countries for human trafficking into Canada.

Canada's first national statistics on human trafficking into the country released Tuesday also named Romania, the Philippines and Moldova as three other top source countries for foreign victims of this trade.

``This is the tip of the trafficking iceberg. More work is needed at the federal, provincial and municipal levels to identify and assist victims of modern-day slavery,'' said Benjamin Perrin, leading Canadian expert on human trafficking.

Perrin, who teaches law at the University of British Columbia, said he obtained the statistics under the Access to Information Act.

The statistics are based on the cases in the database of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) which introduced measures to protect foreign nationals exploited in the sex trade and in forced labour in May 2006.

Perrin will present these findings at a national conference on human trafficking beginning in Vancouver Oct 29.

According to him, at least 31 foreign nationals were brought to the attention of immigration officials between May 2006 and May 2008 as potential human trafficking victims. Four of them were minors, he said.

Of these 31 individuals, he said, 12 were granted temporary residence permits (TRPs) in Canada and seven refused TRPs. One victim's TRP was cancelled, while one victim went missing.

The 10 remaining individuals have their cases pending, or they have obtained another form of immigration status, he said.

Perrin said these cases represented only a small number of the actual number of human trafficking cases in Canada as most trafficking victims never came forward because of intimidation or violence threats.

These statistics also do not include a growing number of domestic trafficking cases involving Canadian-born women and girls, he said.

``Trafficking victims remain a hidden population in Canada,'' said Perrin.

The federal Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), which traced 61 per cent of all trafficking cases, has appointed human trafficking coordinators in every region of the country. These coordinators train local police and liaise with non-governmental organizations and provincial government agencies on human trafficking.

``The RCMP is starting to have some success in identifying foreign victims. However, none of their traffickers has been brought to justice. These transnational criminals continue to operate with impunity,'' said Perrin.

China National News
Wednesday 29th October, 2008
(IANS)

China has been identified as one of the four top source countries for human trafficking into Canada.

Canada's first national statistics on human trafficking into the country released Tuesday also named Romania, the Philippines and Moldova as three other top source countries for foreign victims of this trade.

``This is the tip of the trafficking iceberg. More work is needed at the federal, provincial and municipal levels to identify and assist victims of modern-day slavery,'' said Benjamin Perrin, leading Canadian expert on human trafficking.

Perrin, who teaches law at the University of British Columbia, said he obtained the statistics under the Access to Information Act.

The statistics are based on the cases in the database of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) which introduced measures to protect foreign nationals exploited in the sex trade and in forced labour in May 2006.

Perrin will present these findings at a national conference on human trafficking beginning in Vancouver Oct 29.

According to him, at least 31 foreign nationals were brought to the attention of immigration officials between May 2006 and May 2008 as potential human trafficking victims. Four of them were minors, he said.

Of these 31 individuals, he said, 12 were granted temporary residence permits (TRPs) in Canada and seven refused TRPs. One victim's TRP was cancelled, while one victim went missing.

The 10 remaining individuals have their cases pending, or they have obtained another form of immigration status, he said.

Perrin said these cases represented only a small number of the actual number of human trafficking cases in Canada as most trafficking victims never came forward because of intimidation or violence threats.

These statistics also do not include a growing number of domestic trafficking cases involving Canadian-born women and girls, he said.

``Trafficking victims remain a hidden population in Canada,'' said Perrin.

The federal Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), which traced 61 per cent of all trafficking cases, has appointed human trafficking coordinators in every region of the country. These coordinators train local police and liaise with non-governmental organizations and provincial government agencies on human trafficking.

``The RCMP is starting to have some success in identifying foreign victims. However, none of their traffickers has been brought to justice. These transnational criminals continue to operate with impunity,'' said Perrin.
Last edited by china; Oct 30th, 2008 at 02:28 AM..
 
karrie
#2
spamtastic china.

Let me ask you.

How much do you make to flood the board with ads for hotel reservations? Seriously? Because the only excuse for the amount of ads is that you're making money off them.
 
L Gilbert
#3
Karrie, the antispam attack bot. lol

This isn't really news. Canada's CIC is a joke as far as immigration, illegal or otherwise, is concerned.
 
china
#4
hahahaha Sorry karrie ,a mistake ,try to fix it.
 
karrie
#5
a mistake my ass china. You've been asked, time and time again to stop posting these damn banners. As a result of that request you've started posting them in the thread title AS WELL as the body of your post.

You sir, are not a moron.

You know how to clip stuff such as this from your posts. Yet you continue to post it. You, are, a, spammer.
 
china
#6
Quote:

a mistake my ass china. You've been asked, time and time again to stop posting these damn banners.

perhaps you can show me where?
 
china
#7
karrie ,

As a result of that request you've started posting them in the thread title AS WELL as the body of your post.


Quote:

ChinaNationalNews.com Thursday 30th October 2008 Edition 304/2008

advertising links removed



China among top sources of human trafficking into Canada
China National News
Wednesday 29th October, 2008
(IANS)

China has been identified as one of the four top source countries for human trafficking into Canada.

Canada's first national statistics on human trafficking into the country released Tuesday also named Romania, the Philippines and Moldova as three other top source countries for foreign victims of this trade.

``This is the tip of the trafficking iceberg. More work is needed at the federal, provincial and municipal levels to identify and assist victims of modern-day slavery,'' said Benjamin Perrin, leading Canadian expert on human trafficking.

Perrin, who teaches law at the University of British Columbia, said he obtained the statistics under the Access to Information Act.

The statistics are based on the cases in the database of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) which introduced measures to protect foreign nationals exploited in the sex trade and in forced labour in May 2006.

Perrin will present these findings at a national conference on human trafficking beginning in Vancouver Oct 29.

According to him, at least 31 foreign nationals were brought to the attention of immigration officials between May 2006 and May 2008 as potential human trafficking victims. Four of them were minors, he said.

Of these 31 individuals, he said, 12 were granted temporary residence permits (TRPs) in Canada and seven refused TRPs. One victim's TRP was cancelled, while one victim went missing.

The 10 remaining individuals have their cases pending, or they have obtained another form of immigration status, he said.

Perrin said these cases represented only a small number of the actual number of human trafficking cases in Canada as most trafficking victims never came forward because of intimidation or violence threats.

These statistics also do not include a growing number of domestic trafficking cases involving Canadian-born women and girls, he said.

``Trafficking victims remain a hidden population in Canada,'' said Perrin.

The federal Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), which traced 61 per cent of all trafficking cases, has appointed human trafficking coordinators in every region of the country. These coordinators train local police and liaise with non-governmental organizations and provincial government agencies on human trafficking.

``The RCMP is starting to have some success in identifying foreign victims. However, none of their traffickers has been brought to justice. These transnational criminals continue to operate with impunity,'' said Perrin.




As you can see karrie the hotel ads are part of the whole page of the news paper and it has nothing to do with me placing them on or your ass ,you can check it out for yourself .
Last edited by Zan; Oct 30th, 2008 at 06:02 AM..
 
L Gilbert
#8
More banners. You really like pushing your luck and the mods' patience, huh?
 
china
#9
LGilbert .
No, I am not LG . I would like t see where I was asked....." been asked, time and time again to stop posting these damn banners", I haven,t seen it .The banners as you can see are part of the page.
She asked me today not to "place "the banners so I de-lited them .Though I must say the the form of here letter doesn't fit a mode .
 
Zan
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by china View Post

LGilbert .
No, I am not LG . I would like t see where I was asked....." been asked, time and time again to stop posting these damn banners", I haven,t seen it .The banners as you can see are part of the page.
She asked me today not to "place "the banners so I de-lited them .Though I must say the the form of here letter doesn't fit a mode .


Actually China, we have indeed asked you several times - most recently, here.


Quote: Originally Posted by Kreskin View Post

Two things : Avro, stop the personal attacks. China, don't post advertising banners in your threads please.

Thank you

 
china
#11
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Quote:

Actually China, we have indeed asked you several times - most recently, here.

You are correct Zan . Feel foolish but please trust me it was not done consciously ( placing the ads).
 
lone wolf
#12
Hmm ... are we gonna see another Red China
 

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