Acting for stronger private-public partnerships in the field of identification and support of children victims and at risk of trafficking in Europe
€ 336 000 (€ 235 000 of EU support)
December 2007 – December 2010
International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD), Austria; Federal Ministry of Interior, Criminal Intelligence Service, Austria; Association for the Social Support of Youth, ARSIS, Greece; Hellenic Police, State Security Division; Central Directorate against Crime, State Police, Italy; Department for Equal Opportunities, Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Italy; Interdepartmental Centre on Human Rights and the Rights of Peoples, University of Padua, Italy; National Agency against Trafficking in Persons, Romania; Save the Children, Romania
Objectives and results
The project aimed to help prevent and combat child trafficking by developing a strong private-public partnership. It paid a special attention to the following aspects:
- review of existing methodologies for supporting and identifying children who are victims of, or at risk from, trafficking;
- research into the profile of children who are victims or at risk, with a view to developing relevant indicators;
- adapting existing training modules to better enable private-public actors to use identification and support methodologies;
- developing best practices for identification, support and assistance.
Four training seminars and four training courses in central police schools were planned, involving around 240 participants.
Publications and other resources
TagsISEC, Children, Migration, Italy, Austria