Together Against Trafficking in Human Beings

Member States

Member States

The section Member States provides comprehensive information on how each EU Member State, tackles, prevents and identifies instances of trafficking in human beings.

This section includes information by each Member State on their work to address trafficking in human beings. It includes the contact details of national authorities and other relevant actors, such as civil society actors, working in the field of trafficking in human beings at national level. All information has been provided to the European Commission by relevant stakeholders. Although the European Commission keeps this information regularly updated, it cannot always guarantee its accuracy.

Click on your State in the map below to access in-depth national information and resources.