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Developing capacity to identify and to respond to trafficking

Home affairs, Migration and Integration
Date: Wednesday, 07 September 2016 09:00 - 13:30

Venue: European Economic and Social Committee  |  City: Bruxelles, Belgium

Join us on Wednesday 7th September 2016 to learn about the outputs and results of the PROTECT project, discuss ways we can work together to sustain this work, and share ways to address the prevention and recognition of trafficking and the protection of trafficked people in the context of the European Migration Crisis.

PROTECT is a two-year transnational project bringing together the Red Cross, the International Centre for Policy Migration (ICMPD) and the Republic of Croatia Government Office of Human Rights and National Minorities as associate partners. It commenced in September 2014, and will conclude in September 2016. The project focused on expanding the capacity of the Red Cross and other stakeholders to respond to trafficking in an array of circumstances.

The increase in global conflict has contributed to the current EU migration crisis: with unprecedented influxes of arrivals. Countries have been struggling to meet the needs of people desperately seeking safety. During this time, the nature of trafficking has changed also, making people at risk and vulnerable to trafficking and exploitation while they make their journey to safety. This has brought unprecedented new challenges in transit and destination countries, and in the race to respond to the most basic needs, identifying and responding to trafficking is often overlooked. It is important for frontline organisations to discuss collaborative approaches to addressing recognising and preventing trafficking, as well as providing protection and supportive services within this changing and fluid context.







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