EU

With the financial support of the Prevention of and Fight against Crime Programme
European Commission - Directorate General Home Affairs

Publications

The project's results have been published in a book ''The HOTT Project: Results and Recommendations"  (2016) that can be ordered here.

In addition, the project has generated a high number of scientific publications:

  • Ambagtsheer, F. Organ Trade. PhD Thesis. Erasmus University Rotterdam (2017). Can be downloaded here.
  • Ambagtsheer, F., De Jong, J., Bramer, W.M., Weimar, W. Reply to comment on the article: On patients who purchase organ transplants abroad, American Journal of Transplantation 2017; 17(1):305
  • Van Balen, L., Ambagtsheer, F., Ivanovski, N., Weimar, W. Interviews with patients who traveled from Macedonia/Kosovo, The Netherlands and Sweden for paid kidney transplantations, Progress in Transplantation 2016; 26(4):328-334
  • Gunnarson, M. and Lundin, S., The Complexities of Victimhood: Insights from the Organ Trade, Somatechnics; 5 (1): 32-51
  • Caulfield, T., Duijst-Heester, W., Bos, M.A., Chassis, I., Codreanu, I., Danovitch G., Gill, J., Ivanovski, N., Shin., M. Trafficking in human beings for the purpose of organ removal and theethical and legal obligations of healthcare providers,
    Transplantation Direct 2016; 2(2): e60.
  • Pascalev, A., Van Assche, K., Sándor, J., Codreanu,N., Naqvi, A., Gunnarson, M., Frunza, M., Yankov, J., Protection of Human Beings Trafficked for the Purpose of Organ Removal: Recommendations, Transplantation Direct 2016; 2(2): e59.
  • Holmes, P., Rijken, C., D’Orsi, S., Hol, F., Gallagher, A., Greenberg, G., Helberg, L., Horvatits, L., McCarthy, S., Ratel, J., Scheper-Hughes, N., Forsythe, J., Establishing trafficking in human beings for the purpose of organ removal and improving cross-border collaboration in criminal cases:  recommendations Transplantation Direct 2016; 2(2): e58
  • Capron, A.M., Muller, E., Ehrlich, G., John, M., Bienstock, R.E., McCarren, M., Palmer, R., Scheper-Hughes, N., Siegel, D., Yankov, Y., Stimulating and enhancing partnerships between transplant professionals and law enforcement: recommendations, Transplantation Direct 2016; 2(2): e57
  • Ambagtsheer, F., De Jong, J., Bramer, W.M., Weimar, W. On patients who purchase organ transplants abroad, American Journal of Transplantation 2016;16(10):2800-2815
  • Ambagtsheer, F. & Weimar, W. Organ Trade: Knowledge, Awareness, and Nonlegislative Responses, Transplantation 2016; 100(1):5-6
  • De Jong, J and Ambagtsheer, F. Indicators to Identify Trafficking in Human Beings for the Purpose of Organ Removal, Transplantation Direct 2016;2(2):e56
  • Ambagtsheer, F. & Weimar, W. The Hague Recommendations: Improving Nonlegislative Responses to Trafficking in Human Beings for the Purpose of Organ Removal, Transplantation Direct 2016; 2(2):261
  • Lundin, S. Organs for Sale. An ethnographic examination of the international organ trade. Palgrave. Pivot. 2015, pp. 1-117
  • Ambagtsheer, F., Van Balen, L.J., Duijst-Heesters, W.L., Massey, E.K.,  & Weimar, W. Reporting Organ Trafficking Networks: a Survey-Based Plea to Breach the Secrecy Oath, American Journal of Transplantation 2015; 15(7):1759-1767

International Symposium

21 November 2014

Europol, The Hague,The Netherlands

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