Trafficking Along Migration Routes
The following e-learning module is intended to help frontline professionals identify and refer presumed victims of human trafficking. This course will give an overview of the different types of human trafficking and will share tools to help workers identify and refer presumed victims.
The project “Trafficking along Migration Routes (TRAM): Identification and Integration of Victims of Trafficking among Vulnerable Groups and Unaccompanied Children”, funded by the European Union (Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund - AMIF) and co-funded by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs, was implemented by the International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), in partnership with Terre des hommes (Tdh); the Council of the Baltic Sea States Secretariat (CBSS); the Greek National Centre for Social Solidarity (EKKA); the Bulgarian National Commission to Combat Trafficking in Human Beings (NCCTHB); and La Strada International (LSI).
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- Teacher: Tamas Komaromi