The project will achieve this through a programme of events across Europe.

Activities will include:

  • sub-regional seminars
  • good-practice exchange visits
  • conferences
  • thematic discussion papers on human trafficking
  • country briefing papers suitable for parliamentarians to use in debates
  • a website
  • a year-one progress report and final report

The project will collaborate with specialist NGOs and business leaders in at least eight countries to share information on human trafficking, specifically child trafficking, labour exploitation and sexual exploitation. It will also promote public-private partnerships against trafficking.

Countries involved include Bulgaria, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania and the UK