In this webinar "Preventing and Combating Trafficking in Human Beings: the EU approach", Ms Myria Vassiliadou, EU Anti-Trafficking Coordinator, presented the ‘EU Strategy towards the Eradication of Trafficking in Human Beings (2012 – 2016)’ adopted by the European Commission earlier this year, as part of a keynote address.
This section provides informational Videos on Trafficking in Human Beings.
A documentary film called ‘0800 800 818’ reflects the current trends in human trafficking and is focused on the Slovak victims abroad. Through four real stories the film does not discuss only forced prostitution but also forced labour and forced begging. The aim of the film is to provide preventive information and introduce the possibilities of help to men and women who may have become victims of this crime. The documentary film was created by IOM International Organization for Migration in cooperation with the director Marcel Pázman.
The Finnish Ombudsman for Minorities and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) launched a campaign against trafficking in December 2012.
The campaign video was a new version of a well-known Finnish tango, Satumaa, interpreted by Paula Vesala and Jori Sjöroos.
In the context of the MIRROR Project, co –funded by DG HOME´s ISEC programme and by the Spanish Ministry of Employment and Social Security, Accem launched the "c!" campaign, together with other European organizations: On the Road and Buon Pastore from Italy, Churches' Commission for Migrants in Europe (CCME) form Belgium and Fundatia Floarea Ialomiteana from Romania.
Tackling human trafficking - entry into force of the EU Anti-Trafficking Directive: - extracts from the press conference by Cecilia MALMSTRÖM, Member of the EC in charge of Home Affairs.
Selling children into slavery – it is one of the world’s most heinous crimes and it is on the rise.
By its very nature, trafficking is extremely hard to quantify – conservative estimates put the number of children trafficked globally at 1.2 million and those who are forced into slavery at 5.5 million.