|Country||United Arab Emirates|
|Type of Measure||Policies > National strategy specific to violence against women|
|Form of Violence||Trafficking|
The United Arab Emirates Government has adopted, in 2012, a national strategy based on five key pillars: precaution and prevention, prosecution, punishment, protection of victims and promotion of international cooperation to reduce human trafficking crimes. The campaign expanded its activities to include combating human trafficking in the airports of UAE cities, hosting raisingawareness workshops to educate private sector institutions on what is considered to be human trafficking and how to avoid its risks during the employment process, in addition to enhancing collaboration with the international society and international organizations in the area of human trafficking.