Human Trafficking in Jordan 2014 Report
Jordan has released its first comprehensive government report on human rights for the year 2014, covering human rights violations and claimed to aim at reforming legislations, practices and policies taken.
In this report, it was revealed that The Department of Human Trafficking in Jordan has dealt with a total of 7 human trafficking cases in the year 2014. The number of victims in these cases were 5 males and 7 females, while the offenders involved were 7 males and 2 females.
The department has dealt with 27 more cases which were not classified as human trafficking. The number of victims in these cases were 24 females, while the number of offenders were 17 males and 9 females.
The Ministry of Labour’s hot line receieved 128 complaints related to suspicion of human trafficking, while the number of complaints received about domestic servants’ employment were 309 complaints; 211 complaints were unresolved. 23 complaints have been resolved in cooperation with trafficking department, while the number of complaints that have been resolved within the embassies were 99 complaint. The procedures involved carriying out 60 visit, 11 ultimatums and two closures.