عنوان مقاله [English]
Human Trafficking is an international issue that has caused national and international responses. The UN resolutions and conventions responded through to encourage states in order to criminalization and legislation. This issue is propounded International Organizations, for example ECO. The ECO member states has-been dealt with this issue. This study is based on descriptive-analytic method, and emphasis on functionalism approaches. ECO measures to combat Human Trafficking, is width takes place. The first: concern of this issue in the Meetings of Ministers and Experts Group. The second: technical cooperation with International Organizations such as "IOM "and INTERPOL". The third: cooperation between the member states of ECO. The ECO cooperate between member states resort by legal measures and arrangements, meetings of the judicial-law enforcement, information exchange, management and control of borders, and police cooperation. Finally The ECO member states come to conclude that regional police "ECOPOL" is necessary to establishment. Establishment of the "ECOPOL" can be an effective step in overcoming Transnational Organized Crime, including Human Trafficking.
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