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5e Training Make-IT-Safe

The 6th May, the fifth training of the Make-IT-Safe project was held, which enabled the group to discuss the different roman-photos/films established by the youngsters/coaches concerning respect, the right to image, sexting and passwords.   During the reunion, the dissemination of the project was discussed as well as the activities for parents and the sustainability […]

Establishment of a new European online reporting platform

Under the project “Don’t Look Away”, coordinated by ECPAT France, a new European platform for reporting cases of child sexual exploitation abroad has been created. This website enables individuals to report suspected cases of child sexual exploitation even if they are abroad through providing links to existing national online reporting mechanisms. Where no national reporting mechanism exists, this […]

International expert meeting Make-IT-Safe, Berlin

From the 7th to the 8th of February an international expert meeting has been held in Berlin that gathered participants from the 5 countries involved in the project. This meeting was a great opportunity to exchange on the implementation of the project in the different countries. Per country, 2 peer experts, one coach, 2 experts […]

Cycling Against Human Trafficking!

Dans le cadre de la 7ème Journée Européenne contre la traite des êtres humains, ECPAT Belgique, la Fondation Samilia et l’asbl PAG-ASA accueillent les cyclistes de l’A21 Freedom Challenge à Bruxelles et vous invitent à les rejoindre Place du Luxembourg pour dénoncer la réalité de la traite des êtres humains. Freedom Challenge est le défi de […]

New report sheds light on trafficking for organ removal in OSCE region

VIENNA, 9 July 2013 – A research paper on trafficking for the purpose of organ removal – one of the least addressed forms of trafficking in human beings – was published today by the OSCE Special Representative and Co-ordinator for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, Maria Grazia Giammarinaro. “Victims are unaware of the lifelong impact of organ […]