Members of public invited to share views on upcoming human trafficking bill
Published on Mar 20, 2014 4:31 PM
Members of the public can share their views on the upcoming human trafficking bill - the first piece of dedicated legislation here to criminalise the practise.
Holland-Bukit Timah GRC MP Christopher de Souza - who has spoken about the problem in Parliament as early as 2008 - and the Singapore Inter-Agency Taskforce on Trafficking-in-Persons are working with government online engagement platform Reach to gather feedback from the public on the proposed Private Member's Bill on the Prevention of Human Trafficking.
Members of public can get the public consultation document through the Reach portal, and send feedback from now till April 18, 6 pm through e-mail (TIP_Bill@mha.gov.sg) or post (Attn: Joint Operations Management, Joint Operations Division (TIP Bill), Ministry of Home Affairs, New Phoenix Park, 28 Irrawaddy Road, Singapore 329560)
Public consultation sessions will also be held on March 26 and April 15. The first session was conducted on Wednesday. Members of public interested in attending can register by e-mailing their names and contact details to email@example.com
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