|Country||Antigua and Barbuda|
|Type of Measure||Violence against women > Legislation|
|Form of Violence||Trafficking|
The Trafficking in Persons (Prevention) (Amendment) Act of 2018 was preceded by the Trafficking in Persons (Prevention) Act 2010 and its first amendment in 2015. The 2015 amendment strengthens and compliments the 2010 Act and provides for the establishment of a Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Prevention Committee which has the power to formulate policies and programmes to fulfil the objectives of the Act. The 2018 amendment has special provisions related to sexual trafficking of children. Section 15 of the article states that perpetrators are liable to pay a fine of one million dollars and be imprisoned for twenty-five years.