understand assistance during judicial proceedings vocational training if

Understand assistance during judicial proceedings

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understand, assistance during judicial proceedings, vocational training if appropriate, and access to education for children; 11. Believes in the need for a recovery and reflection period of at least 30 days, supported by renewable residence permits, where there are reasonable grounds to believe that a person is a victim of trafficking, to enable sufficient recovery from human rights violations and an informed decision on cooperation with the authorities; 12. Emphasizes that the protection of victims of trafficking should be incorporated into, and placed at the centre of ,States’ legislative frameworks, requiring governments to review immigration laws and policies in the context of their impact on the victims of trafficking, shifting the focus from immigration control to the prevention of exploitation of migrants and workers, and care of victims; 13. Calls upon all IPU Member Parliaments to prohibit political parties and public or private organizations that promote racism, xenophobia
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- 5 - C-III/118/DR-pre or related intolerance; to legislate to protect victims of violence and abuse attributable to racism and xenophobia, especially women, children and migrants, and to develop educational programmes to strengthen solidarity, cultural diversity and tolerance towards people from different ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds; 14. Urges all IPU Member Parliaments to legislate to prohibit the dissemination of racist or xenophobic ideologies through the media; to promote research on xenophobia and racism, to better comprehend these problems and to improve integration in destination countries; 15. Calls upon all UN Member States that have not yet done so to ratify the CEDAW; 16. Urges developed countries to consider moral redress for the peoples of Latin America, Asia and Africa now living in poverty because of marginalization and technological disadvantage due in part to colonization, as recognized by the World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance; 17. Calls upon States that have not yet done so to ratify the conventions for the protection of indigenous people’s rights, particularly those of the International Labour Organization and UNESCO, and to ensure that national legislation avoids discrimination, racism and related intolerance against indigenous peoples; 18. Urges the strengthening of alliances between national parliaments and civil society to promote study programmes and activities to further peace, dialogue among civilizations, and the eradication of racism, xenophobia and related intolerance; 19. Calls upon States to ensure that their migration policies are compatible with their programmes for the prevention of racism, xenophobia and related intolerance, including the removal of any racist or xenophobic criteria applying to migrants who enter or stay in their territories; 20. Urges all States to develop programmes and policies to combat sexual violence against women and children, who are involuntary migrants or migrants with irregular migratory status facing a high risk of sexual violence motivated by racial discrimination or xenophobia.
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