UN.GIFT

AcronymDefinition
UN.GIFTUnited Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking
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In addition to these victim-oriented approaches, the Toolkit and the UNODC and UN.GIFT Model Law against Trafficking in Persons highlights some of the other possible messages that an awareness campaign may wish to convey to its target audience: Some other messages to be conveyed include vigilance and public accountability (taking action when trafficking is detected), information about anti-trafficking programs, highlighting criminal penalties for trafficking, discouraging the demand for exploitation and increasing transparency of enterprises' supply chains.
at 439; UNODC & UN.GIFT, MODEL LAW AGAINST TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS 83 (2009) [hereinafter UNODC & UN.GIFT, MODEL LAW].
The Australian Government is committed to provide protection and support for trafficked women by ratifying the UN's Trafficking Protocol (2000) and agreeing to adhere to the obligations and principles established by the UNDOC and UN.GIFT (2009).
UNODC & UN.GIFT (2009) Model Law against Trafficking in Persons, Vienna, United Nations.
First Lady of Dominican Republic and UN.GIFT Women Leaders' Council member Margarita de Fernandez said the portal would be useful to the general public and human trafficking victims.
The National Committee aims to capitalise on the positive feedback from both the public and the international community on the work carried out by the UAE through the international alliance created by UN.GIFT (United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Trafficking) and the $15 million (Dh55m) donation of General Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, to this global cause.