EUROPEAN RESOURCE CENTER
FOR THE PREVENTION OF TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS AND OTHER FORMS OF EXPLOITATION
“Create, support and use resources in which everyone, free and respected, will meet their needs and show mutual solidarity.”
Successful prevention of human trafficking rests on dissemination of knowledge, exchange of experiences cooperation, and support
IFS-EMMAUS continuously works to enhance mechanisms to prevent and combat trafficking in human beings, and creates partnerships that contribute to faster and easier identification, reporting
Bosnia and Herzegovina is on the Tier 2 Watchlist again. According to the 2019 State Department’s Trafficking in Persons Report the BiH government was not sucessful in taking actions to counter the phenomenon.
MFS-EMMAUS, supported by the USAID, through the VICAPT project, organized a webinar for 45 students of the Faculty of Criminalistics, Criminology and Security Studies.
Students of the Faculty of Law (General program) and students of Criminology and Security Studies of Džemal Bijedić University of Mostar, on Wednesday 15.03.2020 ,received webinar training on monitoring of strategic litigations on TIP and related crimes.
BAN III Regional Conference on Importance of National Rapporteur and Equivalent Mechanisms on Trafficking in Human Beings
MFS-EMMAUS leads participation at BAN III Regional Conference on Importance of National Rapporteur and Equivalent Mechanisms on Trafficking in Human Beings.
Today, International Forum of Solidarity – Emmaus (IFS-EMMAUS) was honored to welcome the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Deputy Administrator Bonnie Glick, the United States Ambassador in Bosnia and Herzegovina Eric Nelson and the USAID/BiH Mission Director Nancy Eslick.
Find out what human trafficking is, what forms of human trafficking exist and how to fight it.
Take a look at the laws and legislative involvement of domestic and international institutions.
See publications and other promotional materials that help fight human trafficking.
In order to fight human trafficking as effectively as possible, many state and regional actors are involved.
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