ATIP

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AcronymDefinition
ATIPAccess to Information and Privacy (Canada)
ATIPAbsolute Time in Pregroove
ATIPAccess to Information and Privacy
ATIPAttributed Tip Income Program (US Internal Revenue Service)
ATIPAsian Technology Information Program
ATIPAbsolute Time in Pregroove (CD technology)
ATIPAlternative to Incarceration Program (various locations)
ATIPAssociation Technique de l'Industrie Papetière (French: Paper Industry Technical Association)
ATIPAnti-Trafficking in Persons
ATIPAda Technology Insertion Program
ATIPAnalog Trunk Interface Processor
ATIPAlternate Training Instructional Program (Marine Forces Reserves)
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Government Funds Obligated in Fiscal Year 2010 for Anti-Trafficking in Persons Project, April 21, 2011.
These committees together produced a number of documents to guide them in their work inclusive of a National Anti-trafficking in Persons Strategy and National Action Plan that outlines the governments policies to combat trafficking in persons over a five-year period, which focus on the areas of: Prevention, Protection, Investigation and Prosecution; and Partnerships.
We ensured the passage of the Expanded Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act to strengthen our legal defenses against individuals and syndicates involved in the illegal human trade.
The enactment of the Expanded Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act means greater protection for OFWs, women and children, Binay said.
Legarda said the law identifies "other gaps" in the old law, the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003 (RA 9208), by improving law enforcement and prosecution, and providing programs and services for trafficked persons and those who are vulnerable to trafficking.
The Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2008, which came into effect in February 2009, outlaws all forms of trafficking and prescribes punishments of one to 10 years' imprisonment, punishments that are sufficiently stringent, but not commensurate with those prescribed for other serious crimes, such as rape.
Bush as eligible to receive a combined total of $50 million in strategic anti-trafficking in persons assistance.
Loren Legarda has called on President Benigno Aquino III to sign immediately the Expanded Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act amid reports of human traffickers preying on women and children in the typhoon-stricken areas of Compostela Valley and Davao Oriental.
The Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2008, which came into effect in February 2009, outlaws all forms of trafficking and prescribes punishments of one to 20 years' imprisonment, punishments that are sufficiently stringent, but not commensurate with those prescribed for other serious crimes.
anti-slavery efforts, including anti-trafficking in persons programs, and make recommendations.
The March 2007 adoption of the National Anti-Trafficking in Persons program, which includes for the first time dedicated anti-trafficking funding, is a positive step, although higher levels of funding are necessary if the plan is to be effective.
A coordinator of all anti-trafficking in persons activities has been designated.