Trafficking in Human Beings

Trafficking is different from irregular migration or the smuggling of irregular migrants. Once having crossed the border, a trafficked migrant is further exploited in coercive or inhuman conditions. Furthermore, a person can also be trafficked in his or her own country.

Trafficking in human beings is a serious crime and a gross violation of human rights. It is very often linked with organised crime and is considered as one of the most profitable criminal activities worldwide. The estimated number of people trafficked to or within the EU amounts to several hundred thousands a year.

Our trainer participated in the development of training and delivered expert training for several EU agencies and organisations, including the lecture at the 2013 Frontex European Day for Border Guards On The Road.

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