General objective

The project aims at establishing a Pan-European stable, flexible and adaptable platform for anti-trafficking NGOs to develop an effective coordination strategy to contribute to the promotion and protection of the human rights of trafficked persons, to the fight against human trafficking in all its forms and to improved understanding and tackling of its root causes.

Specific objectives

  • To develop a common European NGOs framework for analysis and action to orient policy, strategy and programming in response to trafficking in human beings by developing an effective coordination strategy and system among relevant NGOs in Europe;
  • To connect and disseminate analysis, knowledge and information about trafficking in human beings, exploitation and slaveries in Europe (phenomenon, policies, practices) in order to increase the available knowledge base;
  • To set up a system for the functional exchange of good practices and for the operational co-operation among NGOs and between NGOs and other relevant anti-trafficking agencies in the field of prevention, assistance to the victims and referral;
  • To contribute to the promotion of consistent and effective national and European anti-trafficking policies based on a human rights, gender, age, and cultural sensitive approach and with a multi-agency, holistic, and integrated perspective.
Latest news
Preventing Trafficking in the UK
The Anti-Trafficking Monitoring Group’s released a new report "All Change: Preventing Trafficking in the UK". The new report assesses the UK’s performance in relation to trafficking prevention in accordance with the British Government’s obligations under the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings.
Open your eyes campaign
Spanish NGO Accem, the Brussels-based Churches´ Commission for Migrants in Europe and partners have on 15th of March launched a series of video spots, asking EU citizens to “open your eyes” and to help in identifying trafficked persons.
Case Law Database
UNODC has started with a human trafficking Case Law Database. There are currently more than 200 case briefs from over 30 countries which you can browse in two ways: by country or by keywords.