- Creation of a lead agency for anti-trafficking efforts that would replace the Qatar Foundation for Protection and Social Rehabilitation (QFPSR) that was removed as the government’s central address, and expansion of the new agency’s responsibilities beyond the abuse of women and children;
- extending labour law protection to domestic workers and ensuring that any changes to the sponsorship system apply to all workers;
- enforcing the law banning and criminalizing the withholding of passports by employers;
- providing victims with adequate protection services and ensuring that shelter staff speak the language of expatriate workers;
- reporting of anti-trafficking law enforcement data as well as data pertaining to the number of victims identified and the services provided to them;
- providing anti-trafficking training to government officials.
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