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Trafficking in human beings

Trafficking in human beings is a serious crime and a violation of human rights.

Every year, thousands of people, mainly women and children, are trafficked for exploitation, both in their own countries and abroad. All indicators show an increase in the number of victims worldwide.

Trafficking affects the lives of millions of people in all countries, whether they are countries of origin, transit, or destination.

Objectives of the portal

To improve the understanding of the crime of trafficking in human beings in order to better identify it

Bring together national and regional efforts

To provide a space for dialogue and exchange for professionals in the fight against trafficking

To provide a space for dialogue and exchange for professionals in the fight against trafficking

Resources : Easy and organized access

The main objective of this section is to provide easy and organized access to a variety of documents, information and tools related to human trafficking. Centralizing all these documents in the same space helps to strengthen awareness, education and concerted action in the fight against human trafficking.

An integral approach to cooperation between States

Thus, this regional anti-trafficking portal, an initiative within the framework of the joint project between the Council of Europe and the European Union (PAII-T), aims to encourage an integral approach to cooperation in the fight against trafficking.

This initiative includes partners from the Southern Mediterranean, Council of Europe member states and Central and Sub-Saharan African countries. It is aimed at both experts on the issue of human trafficking and individuals.

This site has been designed with the support of the European Union and the Council of Europe within the framework of the joint program entitled "Support Project for Independent Bodies in Tunisia" (PAII-T), co-financed by the two organizations and implemented by the Council of Europe.

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