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Thursday, 12 September 2013 - Strasbourg Revised edition

EU internal security strategy (B7-0377/2013)

  Lívia Járóka (PPE), in writing. − Minors victims of human trafficking must benefit from special arrangements in terms of identification, reception and protection, adapted to their needs and in line with the relevant international conventions. Individualised life projects, as integrated policy tools, may be very useful for unaccompanied minors in helping them acquire the necessary skills and attributes to become independent, responsible and active in society. Member States must define the responsibilities of each partner, in particular national and local authorities, welfare services, youth workers, families and legal representatives, in implementing and monitoring life projects and ensuring their coordination. National laws on legal guardianship need to be harmonised and coherent and effective protection systems established for asylum-seeker children or minors victims of trafficking. Member States must cooperate with countries of origin in fostering public information and awareness-raising campaigns on the risks of child migration, in particular regarding the dangers of clandestine immigration, trafficking in human beings, as well as exploitation of minors and organised crime. Member States must develop their asylum systems with a view to establishing a harmonised and child-sensitive institutional framework that takes into consideration the special needs and diverse difficulties of unaccompanied minors, especially victims of human trafficking.

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